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ANNUAL REPORTS 



Officers of State 



State of Indiana, 



Administrative Officers, Trustees and Superintendents of the Several Benevo- 
lent and Reformatory Institutions, as Required by Law 
to Be Made to the Governor. 



Fiscal Year Ending October 31, 1896. 



BY AUTH OfRITY, 



INDIANAPOLIS: 

WM. B. BURFORD, CONTRACTOR FOR STATE PRINTING AND BINDING 

1897. 




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PREFACE. 



STATE OF INDIANA, | 

Office of Secretary of State, j- 

Indianapolis, May 13, 1897. j 

In accordance with the requirements of an act, approved February 3, 1853, 
(1st G. & H., p. 538), the several administrative oflScers of the State, and the 
Trustees and Superintendents of the Benevolent, Eeformatory and Educational 
Institutions thereof, have submitted to the Governor, and filed in the Executive 
Department the reports required of them for the fiscal year ending October 31, 
1896, and the calendar year ending December 31, 1896, respectively, which have 
been entered of record in the order of their reception, and delivered to the Secre- 
tary of State for publication under the order of the Board of Commissioners of 
Public Printing and Binding. 

One thousand copies of reports are now bound in one volume, and issued to 
the officers and persons designated by law to receive them. The usual number of 
copies of each report have also been bound in pamphlet form, and delivered to the 
responsible officer or Superintendent of each Institution for distribution in such 
manner as they may deem for the best interests of the State. 

THOS. J. CARTER, 

Clerk Bureau Public Printing. 



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CONTENTS. 



Secretary of State. 

Auditor of State and Appendix. 

Treasurer of State. 

State Fish Commissioner. 

State Librarian. 

Custodian of Public Buildings. 

State Tax Commissioners. 

Chickamauga National Park Commission. 

Centennial Commission. 

Indiana University. 

Purdue University. 

State Normal School. 

Institution for Deaf and Dumb. 

Institute for the Blind, 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home. 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Home. 

Central Hospital for Insane. 

Northern Hospital for Insane. 

Southern Hospital for Insane. 

Eastern Hospital for Insane. 

Institute for Feeble-Minded Youth. 

Reform School for Boys. 

Reformatory for Girls and Woman's Prison. 

State Prison South. 

State Prison North. 



Department of State. 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



"V^ILLIAM D. OWElSr, 



Secretary of State, 



STATE OF INDIANA, 



Two Years Ending October 31st, 1896. 



TO THE GOVERNOR. 



INDIANAPOLIS : 

WU. B. BUBPOBDi CONTRACTOR FOB STATE PRIKTIKQ AMD BIND G. 

1897. 



STATE OF INDIANA, 
Executive Department, 
Indianapolis, Dec. 22, 1896, 

Keceived by the Governor, examined, and referred to the Auditor of State for 
verification of the financial statement. 



Office of Auditor of State, "| 
Indianapolis, Dec. 22, 1896. ( 

The within report, so far as the same relates to moneys drawn from the State 
Treasury, has been examined and found correct. 

A. C. DAILY, 

Auditor of State, 



Indianapolis, December 22, 1896. 

Eeturned by the Auditor of State, with above certificate, and transmitted to 
Secretary of State for publication, upon the order of the Board of Commissioners 
of Public Printing and Binding. 

MYKON D. KING, 

Private Secretary. 



Filed in the office of the Secretary of State of the State of Indiana, December 
22 1896 

WILLIAM D. OWEN, 

Secretary of Stale. 



Received the within report and delivered to the printer this 22d day of De- 
cember, 1896. 

THOS. J. CARTER, 

Clerk Printing Bureau. 



BIENNIAL REPORT OF DEPARTMENT OF 

STATE. 



State of Indiana, I 

Office of Secretary of State, j 

Hon. Claude Matthews, Governor: 

Sir — I have the honor to submit herewith the biennial report 
of this office, covering the period from November 1, 1894, to 
October 31, 1896. Under the act of 1891 the office has become 
a source of increasing revenue to the State. The income for 
the fiscal term has been $61,125.55. By the decision of the 
Supreme Court in the case of the State v. The Chicago & East- 
ern Illinois Railway Company et al. the State was deprived of 
a fee of twenty-five thousand dollars, which the office contended 
and still contends is due the State. On the 6th of June, 1894, 
the Chicago & Eastern Illinois Railroad Company and the Chi- 
cago & Indiana Coal Railway Company consolidated, and 
thereby became the Chicago and Eastern Illinois Railway Com- 
pany, having an authorized capital stock of twenty-five million 
dollars. The articles of this consolidation were presented for 
filing on the 7th of June, 1894, but upon the demand of the 
State's fee, the one-tenth of one per cent , twenty-five thousand 
dollars, were withdrawn. The company has persisted in its re- 
fusal to settle with the State, notwithstanding it has been called 
upon to comply with the statute and receive a franchise for the 
lawful transaction of its business, but it has continued to act as 
a common carrier, and is doing so at this time under its con- 
solidation of June 6, 1894. 

The action instituted by the State for the recovery of the 
statutory fee averred that the consolidated corporation ar- 
ticles were filed when presented to the Secretary of State for 
that purpose. The railway company answered that it with- 
drew its articles on demand of the fee of twenty-five thousand 
dollars, and that a presentation of articles does not constitute a 



filing. The Court sustained the contention of the railway 
company, deciding the fee not having been paid, the articles 
were not filed, as the payment of the fee was a condition pre- 
cedent to filing. Other contentions on behalf of the State were 
not considered by the Court, , 

As a result of this decision the railway company is exercis- 
ing all the privileges and benefits of its consolidation. The 
Attorney-General will next proceed by quo warranto, and it is 
believed the company will be ultimately enjoined from further 
operations within the State until the fee is discharged. 

It is clearly the intent of the law that a corporation shall 
not do business in this State without securing a franchise from, 
the State, and the filing of incorporation papers with a County 
Clerk, as proposed by the company in question, can not 
operate to grant such authority. It is the evident further in- 
tent of the act approved March 11, 1895, amendatory to the 
act of March, 1891, to put in motion all the power necessary to 
bring derelict incorporations to the payment of their franchise 
fees. The amended act has not received a construction by the 
Supreme Court. 

The amended law provides that, until the articles are filed in 
the office of the Secretary of State, and a certificate delivered to 
the representative of the corporation, it has no right or au- 
thority to do business within the State, and that any contract 
made by it is utterly void. It would be a salutary aid in deal- 
ing with refractory corporations if the individual actors were 
held criminally responsible, by further providing in the law 
that the directors or other officers in control, who do, or di- 
rect the doing, of any business of the proposed corporation, 
before the said filing and receiving of a certificate of incorpo- 
ration, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and be subject to fine 
or im^^risonment. 

The statute provides no specific mode for the dissolution of 
a corporation and a proper notice thereof to the public. It 
does provide that corporations expiring by limitation, forfeit- 
ure or otherwise, shall be continued bodies corporate for three 
years after the time they have dissolved, for the purpose of 
winding up their affairs, but not for the continuance of corpo- 
rate business. Uncertainty and confusion have arisen as to the 
proper action in a voluntary corporate dissolution, and I recom- 
meDd that the Legislature provide that a corporation on its 



dissolution shall tile announcement thereof, under its proper 
seal, with the Secretary of State, and with the proper County 
Recorder, and that from the day of the filiog of said notice of 
dissolution its existence for the performance of corporate busi- 
ness shall cease. 

The statute declares that a franchise is personal property, 
subject to taxation, but no Assessor in our State has ever listed 
franchises for such purpose. The justice of such taxation may 
be called in question where the properties of a corporation are 
listed at valuation prevailing in the State, but when a franchise 
operates to organize a monopoly the ordinary valuation may 
not be a just basis of taxation. In such event the State should 
name a commission to determine the value of all franchises, to 
the end that they may be intelligently listed on the tax dupli- 
cates. 

There will be found in this report a tabulated statement 
of the vote of Indiana at the November election of 1896, for 
Presidential electors, State officers. Congressmen, Legislature, 
judicial and other officers of the State, articles of incorpora- 
tion, commissions issued. Executive appointments, pardons, 
remissions, requisitions, warrants and proclamations ; the 
enumeration of 1895 for legislative and congressional purposes, 
and general information of a political nature. 

Hitherto it has been the practice of this office to accept the 
certified vote from the counties of the State as official and 
final, and in this matter the law has been followed. But as the 
returns of 1896 were filed in this office and made of record a 
number of omissions and errors appeared on the face of the 
papers. I presumed in all such instances to call the attention 
of the proper officials to the apparent omission or errors. The 
result was that in every instance except one it was disclosed 
that through clerical error the figures had been omitted or 
erroneously made, as surmised by this office. The last of the 
corrected returns were received at this office on December 29. 
This correspondence has brought considerable delay to the 
completion of the tabulation of the vote, and also to the com- 
pletion of my report. I am confident that the figures now sub- 
mitted may be relied upon as correct and in exact accord with 
the vote as cast in the various counties. 

I submit herewith also the report of Mr. Thomas J. Carter, 
Clerk of the Bureau of Public Printing, Binding and Station- 



ery. Mr. Carter was especially equipped for the duties of hi& 
office, and has brought to their discharge a fidelity of purpose and 
exactness in every detail which, united to his agreeable bearing^ 
in their discharge, has distioguished him as one of the most 
valuable Clerks ever in the service of this Bureau. His report 
is very complete and discloses the efficient management he ha& 
brought to the office. 

The statute provides for the publication of sixteen hundred 
copies of the Documentary Journal. More than half of these 
ultimately find lodgement in the basement of the State House. 
The report of the Clerk of the Printing Board discloses that 
one thousand copies of the last Documentary Journal were 
issued, and in lieu of the remaining number an increase was 
made in the number of the reports of various State officers, 
for which there is a large demand. 

I have the honor to suggest that the future issue of the Docu- 
mentary Journal be limited to six hundred copies, and that 
there be printed of the several reports constituting that Jour- 
nal five hundred additional copies. 

Under the statute two thousand copies each of the Supreme 
and Appellate Court Eeports are to be published. The appro- 
priation bill of the last Legislature provided for the publica- 
tion of fifteen hundred copies of the Supreme Court Reports 
and one thousand of the Appellate Court Reports. A ques- 
tion arose as to whether the appropriation or the statute should 
be obeyed. The Attorney-General decided that the appropria- 
tion controlled, and his ruling has been observed. I conclude 
that the Legislature will at this session harmonize the statute 
fixing the number of reports to be issued and the appropria- 
tion for their publication. 

The report discloses the expenditure of a large and increas- 
ing sum of money for printing under the department of. the 
Superintendent of Public Instruction. The Clerk can not pre- 
scribe the limitations for this printing, and the State Board of 
Printing, however well equipped to decide upon printing ex- 
penditures in a general way, may justly hesitate to consent to 
provide printed matter of a technical and scientific character, 
involvijig the expenditure of large sums of money, when the 
Board is without substantial knowledge of the necessity and 
importance of the publications. 

Indiana has the best common school system of any State in 



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the Union, and the Superintendent of I'ublic Instruction is 
the director and overseer of its operations. The function of 
teaching in the comnaon schools is a real part of the adminis- 
tration of State affairs. The officer in all the State who comes 
closest to the life of the people is the schoolmaster. He has a 
place at every family circle, and, conjointly with the parents, 
builds the character of the growing family, and frames the 
destiny of the future sovereigns of the State. This function, 
80 valuable and important, is closely under the direction of the 
Superintendent of Public Instruction, and that officer should, 
therefore, be granted the fullest supervision of the methods 
upon which the efficiency of its administration largely de- 
pends. 

I have the honor to recommend that the Legislature make 
for the Department of Public Instruction a specific appropria- 
tion for the maintenance of that office, including the issuing 
of publications connected with the administration of that office, 
the bill finally to be passed upon by the State Printing Board 
in the usual way. 

The early records of this office were kept under a crude and 
imperfect system, according to which there was but little or no 
classification, either in records or indexes. The early papers 
and records of the office, should be classified and indexed ac- 
cording to subjects. 

Many valuable papers of the office, because of their age and 
the frequent handling, have become badly damaged and will 
floon be wholly destroyed if not copied and subject to some 
special effort for their preservation. 

Many valuable papers are not on file in their proper places. 
It is probable that in the long course of years these papers 
have been misplaced in the ordinary routine of business. The 
papers are most probably in some of the files, but are not to be 
readily found as business requires. 

This disorder is very largely due to the frequent moving of 
the office, together with its records. It is fairly inferred that 
on this account many valuable papers belongiug in the Secre- 
tary's office are lost in a vast number of unclassified papers in 
the vaults of the State House basement. 

There has never been a general overhauling and straighten- 
ing out of these records, for the reason that since the need of 
such work has been manifest, the labor and time required for 



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the work have been such that the clerical force of the Secre- 
tary's office allowed by law, has been inadequate to its proper 
performance in connection with the regular duties of the office. 
But it can not be longer delayed. I have therefore begun the 
work of systematizing, classifying, copying and indexing these 
records. This will be carried forward as rapidly and as far as 
can be done with reference to the current duties of the office. 
But the larger part of the labor I can not hope to accomplish 
for the reason above suggested. 

I would respectfully suggest to the Legislature certain rec- 
ommendations made by my predecessors. 

1. Corporations hereafter formed should be required to re- 
cord the certificates of incorporation issued by this office, in 
the offices of the Clerks of the counties in which the home 
offices of such corporations are located. 

2. Notaries Public and Justices of the Peace should be re- 
quired to file in the office of the Secretary of State the certifi- 
cate of the County Clerk that they have qualified according to 
law. 

3. Owing to a largely increased demand for the acts of the 
Legislature, provision should be made for the printing and dis- 
tribution of a greater number than heretofore. The increased 
demand shows a greater interest of the people in the legisla- 
tion of our State. They should be supplied with more copiea 
of the acts, that they may know more of the laws by which 
they are governed and of the actions of their representatives. 

4. A more definite law should be enacted regulating the 
admission and operations of foreign corporations doing busi- 
ness in this State. In some instances home corporations are 
placed at a manifest disadvantage as compared with those from 
other States. In many States foreign corporations are required^ 
at least, to file in the office of the Secretary of State a copy of 
their charter of incorporation, and in some a duly certified and 
authenticated copy of the law under which organized. 

Most respectfully submitted, 

WILLIAM D. OWEN, 

Secretary of State^ 



REGISTER OF DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 



WILLIAM D. OWEN, 
Secretary of State. 

ROBERT A. BROWN, 

Deputy Secretary of State. 

RUSSELL M. SEEDS, 
Clerk. 

CELESTE G. BALLARD, 

Stenographer. 

THOMAS J. CARTER, 
'Clerk of the Bureau of Printing and Binding. 



STATE OFFICIAL ROSTER. 



October 31st, 1896. 



Claude Matthews, 
Governor. 

William D. Owen, 
Secretary of State. 

Americus C. Daily, 
Auditor of State. 

Fredrick J. Scholz, 
Treasurer of State. 

William A. Ketcham, 
Attorney- General. 

David M. Geeting, 
Superintendent of Public Instruction. 

Alexander Hess, 
Clerk Supreme Court. 

Sidney R. Moon, 
Reporter Decisions of the Supreme Court. 

Simeon J. Thompson, 
Chief of Bureau of Statistics. 

W. S. Blatchley, 
State Geologist. 



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STATE OFFICERS ELECTED AT NOVEMBER ELEC- 
TION, 1896. 



Governor, 
J. A. Mount. 

Lieutenant-Governor, 
W. S. Haggard. 

Secretary of State, 
William D. Owen. 

Auditor of State, 
Americus C. Daily. 

Treasurer of State, 
Fredrick J. Scholz, 

Attorney-General, 
William A. Ketch am. 

Reporter of Supreme Court, 
Charles F. Remy. 

Superintendent Public Instruction, 
David M. Geeting. 

Chief of Indiana Bureau of Statistics, 
Simeon J. Thompson. 

Judges of Appellate Court, 

WooDFiN D. Robinson — First District. 

William J. Henley — Second District. 

James B. Black — Third District. 

Daniel W. Comstock — Fourth District. 

Ulric Z. Wiley— Fifth District. 



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OFFICIAL REGISTER OF STATE OFFICERS, DEPU- 
TIES AND CLERKS, OCTOBER 31, 1896. 



EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT. 



Claude Matthews, 
Governor. 

Myron D. King, 
Private Secretary. 

Callib D. McMechen, 
Executive Clerk. 

John E. Meriwether, 

Messenger. 



DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 



William D. Owen, 
Secretary of State. 

Robert A. Brown, 
Deputy Secretary of State. 

Russell M. Seeds, 
Clerk. 

Celeste G. Ballard, 
Stenographer. 

Thomas J. Carter, 
Clerk of Bureau of Printing and Binding. 



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OFFICE OF AUDITOR OF STATE. 



Amebicus C. Daily, 
Auditor of State. 

William H. Hart, 
Deputy Auditor of State. 

Cyrus W. ISTeal, 
Insurance Clerk. 

Lee Kothchild, 
Land Clerk. 

Frank Martin, 
General Clerk. 

Jennie Scott, 
Stenographer. 



TREASURER OF STATE'S OFRCE. 



Fredrick J. Scholz, 
Treasurer of State. 

John H. Sonntao, Jr., 
Deputy Treasurer of State. 

Lizzie Grill, 
Clerk. 



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OFHCE OF CLERK OF SUPREME COURT. 



Alexander Hess, 
Clerk Supreme Court. 

Frank C. White, 
Deputy. 

Mary H. Peacock, 
Fee Clerk. 

Grace E. Hess, 
Clerk. 

Clara L. Hess, 
Stenographer. 



OFFICE OF SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. 



David M. Geeting, 
Superintendent. 

Fassett a. Cotton, 
Deputy Superintendent. 

Frank D. Hester, 
Clerk. 

J. Austin Porter, 
Stenographer. 



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OFFICE OF REPORTER OF SUPREME COURT. 



Sidney R. Moon, 
Reporter. 

Daniel W. Crockett, 
Assistant Reporter. 

L. W. Moon, 

Second Assistant. 



OFFICE OF ATTORNEY-GENERAL. 



William A. Ketcham, 
Attorney- General. 

Merrill Moores, 
First Deputy Attorney-General. 

Charles B. Lockhart, 
Second Deputy Attorney-General. 

Hester Moore, 
Clerk and Stenographer. 

Harry B. Holliday, 

Messenger. 



2 — Sec. State. 



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JUDGES OF SUPREME COURT. 

James H. Jordan First District. 

Leonard J. Hackney Second District. 

James McCabe Third District. 

Leander J. Monks Fourth District. 

Timothy E. Howard Fifth District. 

JUDGES OF APPELLATE COURT. 

George L. Reinhaed First District. 

Frank E. Gavin Second District. 

Orlando J. Lotz Third District. 

Theodore P. Davis Fourth District, 

George E. Ross Fifth District. 



OFFICE OF STATE STATISTICIAN. 



Simeon J. Thompson, 
Chief of Bureau. 

John Worrell, 

M. F. Thompson, 

Assistants. 



DEPARTMENT OF GEOLOGY AND NATURAL RESOURCES. 



W. S. Blatchley, 
Geologist. 

Robert Fisher, 
State Inspector of Mines. 

James Epperson, 
Asaistant Inspector of Mines. 

C. F. Hall, 
State Superriuor of Oil Inspection. 

J. C. Leach, 
State Inspector of Natural Gas, 



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STATE BOARD OF HEALTH. 



Djuglass C. Ramsay, M. D., President Mt. Vernon. 

L. L. Whitesides, M. D., Vice-President Franklin. 

J. N. [luRTY, M. D., Secretary Indianapolis. 

T. Henry Davis, M. D Richmond. 

J. H. Forrest, M. D Marion. 

Grace S. Carter, 
Clerk. 



OFFICE. OF STATE LIBRARIAN. 



Mrs. Emma L. Davidson, 
Librarian. 

Eva M. Fitzgjerald, 
First Assistant. 

Aura Boyd, 
Second Assistant. 

Howard Davidson, 
Messenger. 



OFFICE OF SUPREME COURT LIBRARY. 



J. C. McNutt, 
Law Librarian. 

Ruple D. Smith, 
Assistant. 

R. D. Smith, 
Messenger. 

David Roach, 
Sheriff. 



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OFHCE CUSTODIAN PUBLIC BUILDINGS AND PROPERTY^ 



Timothy Griffin, 
Custodian. 

F. A. Ward, 
Assistant Custodian. 



ENGINEER'S DEPARTMENT STATE HOUSE. 



Michael H. Cain, 
Chief of Department. 

Thomas C. Cain, 

George Amsden, 

Assistants. 

Geo. Smith, 

J. Naughton, 

Foremen. 

Frank Kelly, 
Fan Tender. 

W". Thomas Barnes, 
Elevator Conductor. 



OFFICE OF ADJUTANT-GENERAL. 



Irvin Robbins, 
Adjutant-General. 

John L. Mesler, 
Clerk. 



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OFFICE OF QUARTERMASTER-GENERAL. 



Samuel M. Compton, 
Quartermaster- General. 

J. H. Thomas, 
Armorer. 



STATE SUPERVISOR OF OIL INSPECTION. 



C. F. Hall. 



Deputy Supervisors of Oil Inspection. 



"W. C. Zazing, Evaosville. 
Egbert F. Weems, Vincennes. 
C. B. DoRSEY, New Albany. 
M. J. Bowman, Madison. 
L. B. Mills, New Maysville. 
B. F. Shirk, Muncie. 
J. H. BoLTZ, Winchester. 
W. C. Dorsey, Terre Haute. 
W. C. Carr, Crawfordsville. 



W. H. McGee, Lafayette. 
J. G. Davidson, Whiting. 
J. M. Johnston, Logan sport. 
W. F. Daly, Peru. 
W. D. Sebring, Portland. 
Theo. Thorward, Fort Wayne. 
M. A. ScHUTT, Michigan City. 
Walter Derr, South Bend. 
J. B, Cornell, Goshen. 



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OFFICIAL REGISTER OF INDIANA, 



HOSPITALS FOR THE INSANE. 



OENTRAL INDIANA HOSPITAL FOR THE INSANE- 
INDIANAPOLIS. 

(Created by Act of January 19, 1816, and March 11, 1875.) 
BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

J. L. Carson, President, Fairland, Ind. — Term expires Jan- 
uary 1, 1899. 

John Osterman, Treasurer, Indianapolis — Term expires Jan- 
uary 1, 1897. 

D. K. Davis, Secretary, Knightstown, Ind. — Term expires 
January 1, 1898. 

George F. Edenharter, Medical Superintendent. 

S. P. Neidigh, Steward. 



NORTHERN INDIANA HOSPITAL FOR INSANE- 

LOGANSPORT. 

(Created by Act of March 7, 1883.) 
BOARD OP TRUSTEES. 

Jacob J. Todd, Bluffton— Term expires January 1, 1898. 
Ed S. Scott, D. D., Winona— Term expires Jan. 1, 1899. 
Dennis Uhl, Logansport — Term expiree January 1, 1897. 
Dr. Joseph G. Rogers, Medical Superintendent. 



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EASTERN INDIANA HOSPITAL FOR INSANE- 
RICHMOND. 

(Created by Act of March 7, 1883.) 
BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

W. D. Page, President, Fort Wayne, Ind. — Term expires 
January 1, 1899. 

Silas D. Hale, Treasurer, Geneva, Ind. — Term expires Janu- 
ary 1, 1897. 

E. G. HilJ, Vice President, Richnciond, Ind. — Term expires 
March 1, 1898. 

Dr. Samuel E. Smith, Medical Superintendent. 

John P. Thistlethwaite, Steward. 



SOUTHERN INDIANA HOSPITAL FOR INSANE— 

EVAN8VILLE. 

(Created by Act of March 7, 1883.) 
BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

S. B. Boyd, President, Washington — Term expires January 
1, 1899. 

J. B. Wilson, Vice-President, Stewartville — Term expires 
January ], 1898. 

W. L. Swormstedt, Treasurer — Term expires Jan. 1, 1897. 

Dr. A. J. Thomas, Medical Superintendent. 

E. P. Busse, M. D., Assistant Physician. 
K. S. Buese, M. D., Assistant Physician. 
P. B. Triplett, Steward. 

Mary T. Wilson, Bookkeeper. 
P. J. Mclnerny, Storekeeper. 

F. L. Collins, D. D., Chaplain. 



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OFFICIAL REGISTER OF INDIANA. 



PENAL AND REFORMATORY INSTITUTIONS. 



INDIANA STATE PRISON NORTH— MICHIGAN CITY. 

(Created by Act of March 5, 1859.) 
DIRECTORS. 

E. H. Nebeker, President, Covington — Term expires March 
19, 1899. 

H. Van Voorst, Secretary, Monticello — Term expires March 
19, 1899. 

R. S. Foster, Treasurer, Indianapolis — Term expires March 
19, 1899. 

Charles Harley, Warden — Term expires March 19, 1899. 



INDIANA STATE PRISON SOUTH— JEFFERSONVILLE. 

(Created by Act of January 9, 1821.) 
DIRECTORS. 

W. S. Carpenter, President, Cloverdale — Term expires March 
12, 1899. 

James R. Henry, Secretary, Indianapolis — Term expires 
March 12, 1899. 

John Nugent, Evansville — Term expires March 12, 1899. 

A. T. Hert, Warden — Term expires January 1, 1901. 

Albert Garvin, Deputy Warden — Term expires Jan. 1, 1901. 

John A. Pate, Clerk — Term expires January 1, 1901. 

T. H. Jenner, Steward — Term expires January 1, 1901. 

H. C. Sharp, Physician — Term expires January 1, 1901. 

C. W. Woods, D.D., Chaplain — Term expires January 1,1901. 



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INDIANA REFORM SCHOOL FORBOYS— PLAINFIELD. 

(Created by Act of March 8. 1867.) 
BOARD OF CONTROL. 

Geo. F. McGinnis, ludianapolis — Term expires March 1, 1899. 
W. J. Hilligoss, Muncie — Term expires March 1, 1899. 
W. C. Ball, Terre Haute— Term expires March 1, 1899. 
T. J. Charlton, Saperintendent — Term expires March 1, 1899. 
Alice R. Charlton, Matron — Term expires March 1, 1899. 



INDIANA REFORM SCHOOL FOR GIRLS AND 
WOMAN'S PRISON— INDIANAPOLIS. 

(Created by Act of May 13, 1869. — Special Session. — Name changed 1889.) 
BOARD OF MANAGERS. 

Mrs. Clara A. Walker, President, Indianapolis — Term ex- 
pires March 4, 1899. 

Miss Isabella Roach, Indianapolis — Term expires Mar. 4, 1899. 
Miss Laura Ream, Indianapolis — Term expires March 4, 1897. 
Miss Sarah F. Keely, Superintendent — Elected annually. 
Miss Susanna Pray, Ass't Superintendent — Elected annually. 
Miss Sara E. Downing, Bookkeeper — Elected annually. 
Dr. Sarah Stockton, Physician — Elected annually. 



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OFFICIAL REGISTER OF INDIANA. 



BENEVOLENT INSTITUTIONS. 



INDIANA SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' ORPHANS' HOME 
— KNIGHT8T0WN. 

(Created by Act of March 11, 1867.) 
BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Ben L. Smith, Prest., Ruahville — Term expires Mar. 17, 1897. 
Julia S. Conklin, Sec'y, Westfield— Term expires Feb. 2, 1899. 
John H. Bogart, Treas., Clinton — Term expires Mar. 17, 1897. 
A. H. Graham, Superintendent. 



INDIANA SCHOOL EOR FEEBLE-MINDED YOUTH— 

FT. WAYNE. 

{Created by Act of March 15, 1879.) 
BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

E. A. K. Hackett, President, Fort Wayne — Term expires 
March 1, 1897. 

Mrs. J. H. Bass, Sec'y, Ft. Wayne — Term expires Mar. 1, 1897. 

John M. Spann, Treas., Indianapolis — Term expires March 
], 1899. 

Alexander Johnson, Superintendent. 

Mrs. E. A. Johnson, Matron. 

E. R. Johnston, Principal. 

A. E. Carroll, Bookkeeper. 

Delia E, Howe, Physician. 



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OFFICIAL REGISTER OF INDIANA. 



EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS. 



PURDUE UNIVERSITY— LAFAYETTE. 

(Created by Acts of March 6, 1865, and May 6, 1869.) 
BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Charles B. Stuart, Lafayette — Term expires July 1, 1901. 
E. A. Ellsworth, Lafayette — Term expires June 1, 1897. 
James M. Fowler, Lafayette — Term expires June 1, 1897. 
Benjamin Harrison, Indianapolis — Term expires July 1, 1901. 
W. A. Banks, Laporte — Term expires July 1, 1901. 
James M. Barrett, Fort Wayne — Term expires July 1, 1899. 
J. H. VanNatta, Lafayette — Term expires July 1, 1899. 
J. S. Martin, Brookville — Term expires July 1, 1899. 
David E. Beem, Spencer — Term expires July 1, 1897. 
Sylvester Johnson, Irvington — Term expires July 1, 1897. 
Wm. H. O'Brien, Lawrenceburg — Term expires July ], 1897. 
James A. Smart, President. 
W. B. Stone, Vice-President. 
Stanley Coulter, Secretary of Faculty. 



INDIANA STATE NORMAL SCHOOL— TERRE HAUTE. 

(Created by Act of December 20, 1865 — Special Session.) 
BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Wm. H. Armstrong, Indianapolis — Term expires January 
6,1890. 

Lewis B. Martin, Terre Haute — Term expires January 
6, 189t). 

W. R. McKeen, Terre Haute — Term expires January 6, 1898. 

J. H. Tomlin, Shelbyville — Term expires January 20, 1898. 

D. M. Geeting, Indianapolis — Term expires March 15, 1897. 

Chas. W. Ward, Newport — Term expires January 20, 1898. 

W. W. Parsons, President of Faculty. 



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INDIANA STATE UNIVERSITY— BLOOMINGTON. 

(Created by Act of January 28, 1828.) 
BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Isaac Jenkinson, President, Richmond — Term expires 1897. 
Sam'l R. Lyons, Secretary, Bloomington — Term expires 1899. 
W. E. Woodburn, Treasurer, Bloomington — Term expires 
annually. 

R. A. Ogg, Greencastle — Term expires 1899. 

R. I. Hamilton, Huntington — Term expires 1899. 

B. F. Shively, South Bend— Term expires 1899. 

C. L. Henry, Anderson — Term expires 1897. 
Edwin Corr, Bloomington — Term expires 1897. 
W. D. Robinson, Princeton — Term expires 1898. 
Joseph Swain, President. 

William L. Bryan, Vice-President. 
H. A. Hoffman, Dean. 



INDIANA INSTITUTION FOR THE EJ)UCATION OF 
THE DEAF AND DUMB— INDIANAPOLIS. 

(Created by Act of January 15, 1844.) 
BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Samuel A. Bonnor, President, Greensburg — Term expires 
January 1, 1897. 

Tarvin C. Grooms, Secretary, Greencastle — Term expires 
January 1, 1899. 

Charles E. Haugh, Treasurer, Indianapolis — Term expires 
January 1, 1898. 

Richard O. Johnson, Superintendent — Term expires Septem- 
ber 1, 1899. 

INDIANA INSTITUTION FOR THE EDUCATION OF 
THE BLIND— INDIANAPOLIS. 

(Created by an Act of January 27, 1847.) 
BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 

Nelson Bradley, President, Greenfield. 
John F. Hennessey, Treasurer, Indianapolis. 
James L. Allen, Secretary, Covington. 
William H. Glascock, Superintendent. 



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STATE BOARDS. 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION. 

(Created by Act of G. A., 1875.) 

David M. Geeting, Indianapolis. 
James H, Smart, Lafayette. 
W. W. Parsons, Terre Haute. 
J. N. Study, Ft. Wayne. 
W. A. Hester, Evansville. 
David K. Goss, Indianapolis. 
Claude Matthews. 
Joseph Swaim, Bloomington. 

Note. — The terms of all except State Superintendent and 
Governor are indefinite. 



STATE BOARD OF ELECTION COMMISSIONERS. 

(Created by Act of March 6, 1889.) 

Claude Matthews, Governor. 
Roscoe 0. Hawkins, Indianapolis. 
John W. Kern, Indianapolis. 
Thos. J. Carter, Clerk. 



STATE BOARD OF CHARITIES. 

(Created by Act of February 28, 1889.) 

Ernest P. Bicknell, Secretary. 
Martha M. Carroll, Clerk. 
Governor of Indiana ..President, ex-o^cio. 

Names. Residence. Term expires. 

John R. Elder Indianapolis March 1, 1899. 

Demarchus C. Brown Irvington March 1, 1897. 

Timothy Nicholson Richmond March 1, 1899. 

Thomas E. Ellison Fort Wayne March 1, 1898. 

Mary A. Spink Indianapolis March 1, 1898. 

Mrs. Margaret F. Peelle.. Indianapolis March 1, 1897. 



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BOARD OF REGENTS SOLDIERS' AND SAILORS' 
MONUMENT. • 

Organized June 13, 1895. 

Fred Knefler, President and Superintendent Indianapolis. 

Gastavus V. Meuziee Mt. Vernon. 

Jasper Packard New Albany. 

Edward P. Thompson, Secretary and Treasurer ...Indianapolis. 
David L. Wright, Custodian... Salem. 



STATE BOARD OF DENTAL EXAMINERS. 

Appointed by State Dental Association. 
(Created by Act of General A sembly, 1879. 

E. C. Kirk, D. D. S., President, Kokomo. 
M. H. Chappell, D. D. S,, Secretary and Treasurer, Knighta- 
town. 

J. R. Clayton, Shelby ville. 

E. J. Church, D. D. S., Laporte. 

C. E. Pittman, Evans ville. 



MEMBERS OF THE INDIANA STATE BOARD OF 
AGRICULTURE. 

(Created by Act of February 14, 1851.) 

1st Dist. — John C. Haines Lake. 

2d Dist. — Mason J. Niblack Vincennes. 

3d Dist.— W. W. Stevens .Salem. 

4th Dist. — J. W. LaGrange Franklin. 

5th Dist.— V. K Officer Volga. 

6th Dist. — W. W. Hamilton Greensburg. 

7th Dist.— H. B. Ilowland Howland. 

8th Dist. — Chas. C. Downing Greenfield. 

9th Dist. — James M. Sankey Terre Haute. 



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LOth Dist. — John L. Davis Crawfordsville. 

Llth Dist.— M. S. Claypool Muncie. 

L2th Dist.— W. M. Blackstock Lafayette. 

L3th Dist. — John L. Thompson Gas City. 

[4th Dist.— C. B. Harris Goshen. 

L5th Dist. — Aaron Jones South Bend. 

[6th Dist. — James E. McDonald Ligonier. 

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OFFICERS. 

W. W. Hamilton, President Greensburg. 

Fames E. McDonald, Vice-President Ligonier. 

Dharles F. Kennedy, Secretary Indianapolis. 

E. J. Robison, Treasurer Indianapolis. 

E. H. Peed, General Superintendent New Castle. 



LIVE STOCK SANITARY COMMISSION. 

(Created by Act of March 9, 1889.) 

George W. Hall, Raleigh — Term expires March 8, 1899. 
Mortimer Levering, Lafayette — Term expires Nov. 1, 1896, 

SECRETARY OF BOARD. 

Mortimer Leveriug, Lafayette. 



STATE VETERINARIAN. 

F. A. Bolser, New Castle — Term expires Nov. 1, 1896. 



STATE BOARD OF TAX COMMISSIONERS. 

(Created by Act of General Assembly, 1891.) 

Claude Matthews, Governor. 
William D. Owen, Secretary of State. 
Americus C. Daily, Auditor of State. 
Ivan N. Walker, Indianapolis. 
David F. Allen, Frankfort. 



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STATE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. 

(Created by Act of General Assembly, 1889.) 

Claude Matthews, Governor. 
W. D. Owen, Secretary of State. 
F. J. Scholz, Treasurer of State. 
A. C. Daily, Auditor of State. 



COMMISSIONERS OF PUBLIC PRINTING, BINDING 
AND STATIONERY. 

(Created by Act of General Assembly, 1875.) 

Claude Matthews, Governor. 
W. D. Owen, Secretary of State. 
A. C. Daily, Auditor of State. 
Thos. J. Carter, Clerk. 



METROPOLITAN POLICE COMMISSIONERS. 

SOUTH BEND. 



DATE OF COMMISSION. 


NAMES. 


TERM EXPIEES. 


December 26, 1893 

December 28, 1894 

January 7, 1896 


William Mack 

Corwin B. Van Pelt 

David R. Leeper ..... 


First Tuesday in January, 1897. 
First Tuesday io January, 1898. 
First Tuesday in January, 1899. 


NEW ALBANY. 


December 26, 1893 

December 28, 1894 

January 7, 1896 


John Horn 

(ieorge H. Devol 

John J. Lyons 


First Tuesday in January, 1897. 
First Tuesday in January, 1898» 
First Tuesday in January, 1899.. 


LAFAYETTE. 


December 26, 1893 

December 31, 1894 

January 7, 18% 


William F.Stillwell 

William C.Mitchell .... 
Charles E. Ruger 


First Tuesday in January, 1897.- 
First Tuesday in January, 1898. 
First Tuesday in January, 1899. 


MUNCIE. 


December 26, 1893 

December 28, 1894 

January 7, 1896 


Vernon Davis . 

William E.Hitchcock .... 
J. Volney Gilbert 


First Tuesday in January, 1897. 
First Tuesday in January, 1898.. 
First Tuesday in January, 1899.. 



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METROPOLITAN POLICE COMMISSIONERS.— Con. 

LOGANSPORT. 



DATE OP COMMISSION. 


NAMES. 


TERM E.^PIBES. 


December 29, 1893 

December 28. 1894 . ... 
January 7,1896 


Henry C. Tnusley 
Sidney A. Vaughn . . . 
John Sheerin 


First Tuesday in 
First Tuesday in 
First Tuesday in 


January 
January, 
January, 


1897. 
1898. 
1899. 


ANDERSON. 


December 26, 1893 

December 28, 1894 

January 7, 1896 


George T. Beebe 

Robert P. Grimes 

Daniel F. Mustard .... 


First Tuesday in 
First Tuesday in 
First Tuesday in 


.January, 
January, 
January, 


1897. 
1898. 
1899. 


MICHIGAN CITY. 


September 21, 1894 

December 28, 1894 

January 7,1896 


William Meese 

Joseph Oliver 

William B. Hutchinson . 


First Tuesday in 
First Tuesday in 
First Tuesday in 


January 
January, 
January 


1897. 
1898. 
1899. 


JEFFERSONVILLE. 


December 30, 1893 . . . . 

December 28. 1894 

January 7,1896 


Mathias Kilgus 

Adolph Frank 

George W. Baxter 


First Tuesday in 
First Tuesday in 
First Tuesday in 


January, 
January, 
January, 


1897. 
1898. 
1899. 


ELKHART. 


December 26, 1893 ... 
December 28, 1894 .... 
January 7, 1896 


W. F. Wickwire 

James D. Braden 

David Herman 


First Tuesday in 
Kirst Tuesday in 
First Tuesday in 


.January, 
January, 
January, 


1897. 
1898. 
1899. 


RICHMOND. 


December 26, 1893 

December 28, 1894 .... 
January 7, 1896 


J. Everett Jones 

James W. Moore . ..... 

John H. Macke 


First Tuesday in 
Kirst Tuesday in 
First Tuesday in 


.January 
January 
January 


1897. 
1898. 
1899. 


TERRE HAUTE. 


December 30, 1893 

December 28, 1894 

January 7, 1896 


Jacob C. Kolsem 

James M. Sankey 

Wilbur 0. Jenkins 


First Tuesday in 
First Tuesday in 
First Tuesday in 


January 
January 
January 


1897. 
1898. 
1899. 



PILOTS. 

Ohio Falls- 
Daniel P. Yarble 4 years from February 24,1892. 

Francis M. Ryan 4 years from October 31, 1892. 



COMMISSIONER OP FISHERIES. 

Philip H. Kirsch, Columbia City— Term two years from 
January 28, 1895. 



3 — Sec. State. 



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CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS FROM J82M895. 



FIRST APPORTIONMENT. 



CONGRESSIONAL APPORTIONMENT OF 182L 

ELECTION AUGUST 18, 1821. 



FIRST DISTRICT. 



Orange, 




Martin, 


Dubois, 


Warrick, 




Sullivan, 


Parke, 


Vanderbi 


irgh, 


Vigo, 


Lawrence, 


Posey, 




Monroe, 


Greene, 


Pike, 




Wabash, 


Owen, 


Knox, 




Spencer, 


Morgan, 


Daviess, 




Gibson, 


Putnam. 



SECOND DISTRICT. 

Jefferson, Harrison, Bartholomew, 

Clark, Crawford, Jennings, 

Jackson, Eloyd, Marion, 

Washington, Scott, Delaware. 

(That portion that lies west of a line dividing ranges 7 and 
8, east of the second principal meridian.) 



THIRD DISTRICT. 

Randolph, Fayette, Switzerland, 

Wayne, Dearborn, Ripley, 

Franklin, Union, Delaware. 

(That portion that lies east of a line dividing ranges 7 and 
8, east of the second principal meridian.) 



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CONGRESSIONAL APPORTIONMENT OF 1831. 

(Approved January 7, 18.31.) 
FIRST DISTRICT. 



Orange, 


Martin, 


Clay, 


Perry, 


Sullivan, 


Putnam, 


Spencer, 


Vigo, 


Vermillion, 


Vanderburgh, 


Parke, 


Hendricks, 


Posey, 


Monroe, 


Montgomery, 


Gibson, 


Warrick, 


Tippecanoe, 


Pike, 


Lawrence, 


Clinton, 


Dubois, 


Greene, 


Fountain, 


Knox, 


Owen, 


Warren, 


Daviess, 


Morgan, 


Carroll. 



SECOND DISTRICT. 



Jefferson, 


Floyd,. 


Johnson, 


Clark, 


Scott, 


Shelby, 


Jackson, 


Bartholomew, 


Madison, 


Washington, 


Jennings, 


Hancock, 


Harrison, 


Marion, 


Boone, 


Crawford, 


Hamilton, 


Cass. 


St. Joseph, 


Elkhart, 





THIRD DISTRICT. 



Henry, 


Wayne, 


Union, 


Rush, 


Franklin, 


Switzerland, 


Decatur, 


Fayette, 


Ripley, 


Randolph, 


Dearborn, 


Allen. 


Delaware, 







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CONGRESSIONAL APPORTIONMENT OF 1833. 

(Approved January 8, 1833.) 
FIRST DISTRICT. 



Posey, 


Spencer, 


Harrison 


Vanderburgh, 


Perry, 


Orange, 


Warrick, 


Crawford, 


Gribson. 


Pike, 


Dubois, 





SECOND DISTRICT. 



Knox, 


Lawrence, Sullivan, 


Daviess, 


Owen, Vigo, 


Martin, 


Greene, Clay. 


Putnam, 






THIRD DISTRICT. 


Washington, 


Clark, Jackson, 


Floyd, 


Scott, Jennings.' 


Jeflerson, 






FOURTH DISTRICT. 


Decatur, 


Ripley, Dearborn, 


Franklin, 


Switzerland, Rush. 



FIFTH DISTRICT. 



Union, 
Fayette, 
Wayne, 
Lagrange. 



Bartholomew, 

Johnson, 

Shelby, 

Hancock, 

Miami, 



Randolph, 

Henry, 

Delaware, 



Allen, 
Grant, 
Huntington. 



SIXTH DISTICT. 

Hamilton, 

Marion, 

Morgan, 

Boone, 

Wabash, 



Hendricks, 

Monroe, 

Madison, 

Cass. 



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SEVENTH DISTRICT. 



Vermillion, 
Parke, 

Montgomery, 
Elkhart, 



Fountain, 
Warren, 
Tippecanoe, 
Laporte, 



Clinton, 
Carroll, 
St. Joseph. 



- CONGRESSIONAL APPORTIONMENT OF 1842. 

(Approved February 8, 1842.) 

ELECTION HELD FIRST MONDAY IN AUGUST, 1842. 

FIRST DISTRICT. 



Posey, 

Vanderburgh, 

Gibson, 


Pike, Spencer, 
Dubois, Perry, 
Warrick, Crawford. 


Orange, 


Harrison, 




SECOND DISTRICT. 


Clark, 


Jackson, Jefferson, 


Washington, 
Floyd, 


Scott, Jennings. 
THIRD DISTRICT. 


Dearborn, 


Rush, Switzerland, 


Ripley, 


Decatur, Franklin. 




FOURTH DISTRICT. 


Fayette, 
Henry, 


Union, Wayne. 
FIFTH DISTRICT. 


Hamilton, 


Hancock, Johnson, 


Marion, 
Bartholomew, 


Shelby, Madison. 
Brown, 




SIXTH DISTRICT. 


Monroe, 


Daviess, Greene, 


Lawrence, 
Martin, 


Knox, Morgan, 
Owen, Sullivan. 



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SEVENTH DISTRICT. 


Vigo, 


Putnam, 


Vermillion, 


Clay, 


Parke, 


Hendricks. 




EIGHTH DISTRICT. 


Montgomery, 


Warren, 


Tippecanoe, 


Fountain, 


Boone, 


Clinton. 


Carroll, 








NINTH DISTRICT. 


Jasper, 


Pulaski, 


St. Joseph, 


White, 


Kosciusko, 


Laporte, 


Cass, 


Marshall, 


Porter, 


Miami, 


Starke, 


Lake, 


Fulton, 


Elkhart, 


Wabash. 


Benton, 








TENTH DISTRICT. 


Randolph, 


Blackford, 


Allen, 


Delaware, 


Adams, 


Whitley, 


Grant, 


Wells, 


Noble, 


Jay, 


Huntington, 


Dekalb. 


Steuben, 


Lagrange, 





CONGRESSIONAL APPORTIONMENT OF 1852. 

(Approved February 9, 1852.) 



FIRST DISTRICT. 



Posey, 


Vanderburgh, Warrick, 


Spencer, 


Dubois, Pike, 


Gibson, 


Knox, Daviess. 


Martin, 






SECOND DISTRICT. 


Perry, 


Crawford, Orange, 


Washington, 


Harrison, Floyd. 


Clark, 


Scott, 




THIRD DISTRICT. 


Lawrence, 


'Monroe, Brown, 


Bartholomew, 


Jackson, Jefferson, 


Switzerland, 


Jennings, 



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FOURTH DISTRICT. 



Ohio, 


Dearborn, Ripley, 


Franklin, 


Decatur, Rush. 




FIFTH DISTRICT. 


Union, 


Fayette, Wayne, 


Randolph, 


Delaware, Henry. 




SIXTH DISTRICT. 


Shelby, 


Johnson, Morgan, 


Hancock, 


Hendricks, Marion. 




SEVENTH DISTRICT. 


Sullivan, 


Greene, Owen, 


Clay, 


Vigo, Yejmillion 


Parke, 


Putnam, 




EIGHTH DISTRICT. 


Montgomery, 


Tippecanoe, Warren, 


Boone, 


Fountain, Carroll. 


Clinton, 






NINTH DISTRICT. 


Miami, 


Laporte, Porter, 


Cass, 


Starke, Lake, 


Fulton, 


Pulaski, Benton, 


Marshall, 


Jasper, White. 


St. Joseph, 






TENTH DISTRICT. 


Elkhart, 


I^oble, Dekalb, 


Kosciusko, 


Lagrange, Allen. 


Whitley, 


Steuben, 




ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 


Wabash, 


Jay, Hamilton, 


Huntington, 


Blackford, Tipton, 


Wells, 


Grant, Howard. 


Adams, 


Madison, 



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CONGRESSIONAL APPORTIONMENT OF 1867. 

(Approved February 20, 1867.) 
FIRST DISTRICT. 



Posey, 

Vanderburgh, 

Warrick, 


Spencer, Gibson, 
Perry, Knox, 
Pike, Daviess. 




SECOND DISTRICT. 


Dubois, 
Crawford, 
Harrison, 
Floyd, 


Clark, Orange, 
Scott, Martin, 
Washington, Jackson. 

THIRD DISTRICT. 


Jefferson, 

Switzerland, 

Ohio, 


Dearborn, Bartholomew, 
Ripley, Decatur. 
Jennings, 




FOURTH DISTRICT. 


Shelby, 

Rush, 

Franklin, 


Union, Wayne, 
Fayette, Hancock. 

FIFTH DISTRICT. 


Brown, 

Morgan, 


Johnson, Hendricks, 
Marion, Putnam. 




SIXTH DISTRICT. 


Sullivan, 

Greene, 

Owen, 


Clay, Vermillion, 
Vigo, Monroe, 
Parke, Lawrence. 




SEVENTH DISTRICT. 


Fountain, 

Montgomery, 

Boone, 


Clinton, Benton, 
Tippecanoe, Carroll. 
Warren, 




EIGHTH DISTRICT. 


Hamilton, 

Madison, 

Grant, 


Tipton, Cass, 
Howard, Wabash. 
Miami, 



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NINTH DISTRICT. 



Henry, 


Jay, Adams, 


Delaware, 


Blackford, Allen. 


Randolph, 


Wells, 




TENTH DISTRICT. 


Kosciusko, 


Noble, Lagrange, 


Whitley, 


Dekalb, Elkhart. 


Huntington, 


Steuben, 




ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 


White, 


Fulton, Laporte, 


Newton, 


Alarshall, Porter, 


Jasper, 


Starke, Lake. 


Pulaski, 


St. Joseph, 



CONGRESSIONAL APPORTIONMENT OF 1872. 

(Approved December 23, 1872 — Special Session.) 
FIRST DISTRICT. 



Posey, 
Vanderburgh, 


Warrick, Perry, 
Spencer, Gibson. 




SECOND DISTRICT. 


Sullivan, 

Knox, 

Daviess, 


Greene, Crawford, 
Martin, Dubois, 
Orange, Pike. 




THIRD DISTRICT. 


Harrison, 

Floyd, 

Bartholomew, 


Clark, Jackson, 
Washington, Brown. 




FOURTH DISTRICT. 


Ohio, 

Switzerland, 

Decatur, 


Jefferson, Jennings, 
Scott, Ripley. 
Rush, 



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FIFTH DISTRICT. 



Dearborn, 


Fayette, Wayne, 


Franklin, 


[Jnion, Randolph. 




SIXTH DISTRICT. 


Johnson, 


Hancock, Delaware, 


Shelby, 


Henry, Madison. 


Grant, 






SEVENTH DISTRICT. 


Marion, 


Morgan, Hendricks. 


Putnam. 






EIGHTH DISTRICT. 


Lawrence, 


Owen, Vigo, 


Monroe, 


Clay, Parke. 


Yermillion. 






NINTH DISTRICT. 


Boone, 


Montgomery, Warren, 


Clinton, 


Fountain, Tippecanoe, 


Benton, 






TENTH DISTRICT. 


St. Joseph, 


Lake, Starke, 


Laporte, 


Newton, Pulaski, 


Porter, 


Jasper, White. 


Carroll, 






ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 


Hamilton, 


Howard, Fulton, 


Tipton, 


Cass, Miami. 


Wabash, 






TWELFTH DISTRICT. 


Jay, 


Wells, Allen, 


Blackford, 


Adams, Whitley. 


Huntington, 






THIRTEENTH DISTRICT. 


Marshall, 


Elkhart, Noble, 


Kosciusko, 


Lagrange, Dekalb. 


Steuben, 





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CONGRESSIONAL APPORTIONMENT OF 1879. 

(Approved March 20, 1879.) 
FIRST DISTRICT. 



Posey, 

Gibson, 

Perry, 


Vanderburgh, Pike, 
Warrick, Spencer. 

SECOND DISTRICT. 


Sullivan, 

Greene, 

Orange, 


Knox, Martin, 
Daviess, Lawrence. 
Dubois, 




THIRD DISTRICT. 


Jackson, 

Jennings, 

Harrison, 


Washington, Floyd, 
Scott, Crawford. 
Clark, 




FOURTH DISTRICT. 


Union, 

Decatur, 

Ohio, 


Franklin, Dearborn, 
Ripley, Jefferson, 
Switzerland, 




FIFTH DISTRICT. 


Putnam, 

Hendricks, 

Morgan, 


Johnson, Brown, 
Owen," Bartholomew. 
Monroe, 




SIXTH DISTRICT. 


Delaware, 
Randolph, 


Henry, Rush, 
Wayne, Fayette. 



Marion, 



SEVENTH DISTRICT. 
Hancock, Shelby. 

EIGHTH DISTRICT. 



Warren, 


Vermillion, ^igo, 


Fountain, 


Parke, Clay. 


Montgomery, 






NINTH DISTRICT. 


Tippecanoe, 


Tipton, Hamilton, 


Clinton, 


Boone, Madison. 



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Lake, 
Porter, 
Newton, 
Jasper, 

Miami, 

Wabash, 

Huntington, 



Lagrange, 
Steuben, 



Laporte, 
St. Joseph, 



TENTH DISTRICT. 

Pulaski, Carroll, 

Fulton, White, 

Cass, Benton. 

ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 

Wells, Grant, 

Adams, Blackford,, 

Howard, Jay. 

TWELFTH DISTRICT. 

ISToble, Whitley, 



Dekalb, 



Allen. 



THIRTEENTH DISTRICT. 

Elkhart, Marshall, 

Starke, Kosciusko. 



CONGRESSION'AL APPORTIONMENT OF 1885.. 

(Approved March 6, 1885.) 
FIRST DISTRICT. 



Posey, 

Warrick, 

Perry, 


Gibson, ' Vanderburgh, 
Pike, Spencer. 




SECOND DISTRICT. 


Knox, 

Martin, 

Orange, 


Greene, Daviess, 
Dubois, Lawrence. 
Crawford, 




THIRD DISTRICT. 


Harrison, 

Jennings, 
Floyd, 


Washington, Jackson, 
Scott, Clark. 

FOURTH DISTRICT. 


Jeff'ereon, 

Union, 

Ohio, 


Ripley, Decatur, 
Franklin, Dearborn. 
Switzerland, 



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FIFTH DISTRICT. 



Owen, 


Putnam, Hendricks, 


Morgan, 


Monroe, Brown. 


Johnson, 


Bartholomew, 




SIXTH DISTRICT. 


Henry, 


Delaware, Randolph, 


Wayne, 


Fayette, Rush. 




SEVENTH DISTRICT. 


Marion, 


Madison, Hancock. 


Shelby, 






EIGHTH DISTRICT. 


Sullivan, 


Vigo, Clay, 


Parke, 


Vermillion, Fountain. 


Montgomery, 






NINTH DISTRICT. 


Boone, 


Tippecanoe, Clinton, 


Tipton, 


Hamilton, Howard. 


Benton, 


Warren, 




TENTH DISTRICT. 


Carroll, 


Cass, White, 


Fulton, 


Pulaski, Newton, 


Jasper, 


Lake, Porter. 




ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 


Grant, 


Huntington, Jay, 


Miami, 


Wells, Blackford. 


Wabash, 


Adams, 




TWELFTH DISTRICT. 


Allen, 


JSToble, Lagrange, 


Whitley, 


Dekalb, Steuben. 




THIRTEENTH DISTRICT. 


Starke, 


St. Joseph, Elkhart, 


Laporte, 


Marshal), Kosciusko, 



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CONGRESSIONAL APPORTIONMENT OF 1891. 

(Passed over veto March 6, 1891.) 
FIRST DISTRICT. 



Posey, 

Gibson, 

Vanderburgh, 


Warrick, Spencer, 
Pike, Perry. . 




SECOND DISTRICT. 


Knox, 

Greene, 

Daviess, 


Martin, Orange, 
Dubois, Crawford. 
Lawrence, 




THIRD DISTRICT. 


Harrison, 

Washington, 

Jackson, 


Jennings, Clark, 
Scott, . Floyd. 
Jefferson, 




FOURTH DISTRICT. 


Shelby, 
Ripley, 
Decatur, 


Rush, Ohio, 
Franklin, Switzerland. 
Dearborn, 


. 


FIFTH DISTRICT. 


Owen, 

Putnam, 

Hendricks, 


Morgan, Johnson, 
Monroe, Bartholomew, 
Brown, 




SIXTH DISTRICT. 


Henry, 
Delaware, 


Randolph, Fayette, 
Wayne, Union. 



Marion, 



Sullivan, 

Vigo, 

Clay, 



SEVENTH DISTRICT. 
Madison, Hancock. 

EIGHTH DISTRICT. 

Parke, Fountain, 

Vermillion, Montgomery. 



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NINTH DISTRICT. 


Boone, 


Tipton, Benton, 


Tippecanoe, 


Hamilton, Warren. 


Clinton, 


Howard, 




TENTH DISTRICT. 


Carroll, 


Fulton, Jasper, 


Cass, 


Pulaski, Lake, 


White, 


Newton, Porter. 




ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 


Grant, 


Huntington, Jay, 


Miami, 


Wells, Blackford. 


Wabash, 


Adams, 




TWELFTH DISTRICT. 


Ailed, 


Noble, Lagrange, 


Whitley, 


Dekalb, Steuben. 




THIRTEENTH DISTRICT. 


Starke, 


St. Joseph, Elkhart, 


Laporte, 


Marshall, Kosciuski. 



CONGRESSIONAL APPORTIONMENT OF 1895. 

(Passed over veto March 9, 1895.) 
FIRST DISTRICT. 



Posey, 


Vanderburgh, Pike, 


Gibson, 


Warrick, Spencer. 




SECOND DISTRICT. 


Knox, 


Greene, Martin, 


Sullivan, 


Owen, Lawrence. 


Daviess, 


Monroe, 




THIRD DISTRICT. 


Dubois, 


Perry, Floyd, 


Orange, 


Washington, Clark, 


Crawford, 


Harrison, Scott. 



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FOURTH DISTRICT. 


Jackson, 
Brown, 

Bartholomew, 


Decatur, Switzerland, 
Ripley, Jefferson. 
Dearborn, 


Jennings, 


Ohio, 




FIFTH DISTRICT. 


Vigo, 

Vermillion, 

Parke, 


Putnam, Clay, 
Hendricks, Morgan. 

SIXTH DISTRICT. 


Hancock, 

Shelby, 
Henry, 


Rush, Union, 
Wayne, Franklin. 
Fayette, 




SEVENTH DISTRICT. 


Marion, 


Johnson. 




EIGHTH DISTRICT. 


Madison, 

Delaware, 

Randolph, 


Jay, Wells, 
Blackford, Adams. 

NINTH DISTRICT. 


Fountain, 

Montgomery, 

Boone, 


Clinton, Tipton, 
Carroll, Hamilton. 

TENTH DISTRICT. 


W arren, 
Tippecanoe, 

White, 


Benton, Lake, 
Newton, Porter, 
Jasper, Laporte. 




ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 


Cass, 
Miami, 


Howard, Wabash, 
Grant, Huntington. 




TWELFTH DISTRICT. 


Whitley, 
Allen, 


Noble, Steuben, 
Dekalb, Lagrange. 




THIRTEENTH DISTRICT. 


Pulaski, 
Starke, 
St. Joseph, 


Elkhart, Kosciusko, 
Marshall, Fulton. 



49 



Indiana Representatives in Congress from 1816 to 1897. 



Name. 



William Hendricks 

William Hendricks 

William Hendricks 

William Prince (died) .... 
Jacob Call (to fill vacancy) . . 

Jonathan Jennings 

John Test 

EatliflF Boone 

Jonathan Jennings 

John Test. 

Thomas Blake 

Jonathan Jennings 

Oliver H. Smith 

EatliflF Boone 

Jonathan Jennings ... 

John Test 

Katliflf Boone 

John Carr 

, Jonathan McCarty 

Ratliflf Boone. 

John Ewing 

John Carr 

Amos Lane. 

Jonathan McCarty 

George S. Kinnard 

Edward A. Hannegan. . . 

Ratliflf Boone 

John W. Davis 

John Carr 

Amos Lane 

Jonathan McCarty 

George S. Kinnard (died) . . . 
William Herod (to fill vacancy) 

Edward A. Hannegan 

Katliflf Boone 

John Ewing 

William Graham 

George H. Dunn 

James H. Rariden 

William Herod 

Albert S. White 

George H. Proflfit 

John W. Davis 

John Carr 

Thomas A. Smith 

James Rariden 

William W. Wick 

Tilgbjuan A. Howard 

George H. ProflSt 

Richard W. Thompson .... 

Joseph L. White 

James H. Cravens 

Andrew Kennedy 

David Wallace 

Henry S. Lane 

Robert Dale Owen 



District. 



Session. 



Years. 



15 
16 
]7 

18 



19 
20 
21 
22 
23 



24 



25 



26 



27 



28 



1817-1818 
1819-1820 
1821-1822 
1824-1824 



1825-1826 
1827-1828 
1829-1830 
18.^1-1832 
1833-1884 



1835-1836 



1837-1838 



1839-1840 



1841-1842 



1843-1844 



4 — Sec. State. 



50 



Indiana Bepresentatives in Congress — Continued. 



Name. 



Thomas J. Henley . . 

Thomas Smith .... 

Caleb B. Smith .... 

William J. Brown . . 

John W. Davis .... 

Joseph A. Wright. . . 

John Petit , . . , 

Samuel C. Sample. . . , 

Andrew Kennedy . . . , 

Robert Dale Owen . . , 

Thomas J. Henley . . . 

Thomas Smith 

Caleb B. Smith 

William W. Wick . . . 

John W. Davis 

Edward W. McGaughey 

John Petit 

Charles W. Cathcart. . . 

Andrew Kennedy . . . . 

Elisha Embree 

Thomas J. Henley . . . 

John L. Robinson. . . . 

Caleb B. Smith 

William W. Wick. . . . 

George G. Dunn . . 

Richard W. Thompson . 

John Petit ... 

Charles W. Cathcart. . . 

William Rockhill. . . . 

Nathaniel Albertson . . 
Cyrus L. Dunham. . . . 
John L. Robinson. . . . 
George W. Julian. . . . 
William J. Brown . . . 
Willis A. Gorman. . . 
Edward W. McGaughey. 
Joseph E. McDonald . . 
Graham N. Fitch .... 
Andrew J. Harlan . . . 
James Loekhart .... 
Cyrus L. Dunham. . . . 
John L. Robinson. . . . 
Samuel W. Parker . . 
Thomas A. Hendricks . . 
Willis A. Gorman. . . . 

John G. Davis 

Daniel Mace 

Graham N. Fitch. . . . 
Samuel Brenton .... 

Smith Miller 

William H. English. . . 
Cyrus L. Dunham. . . . 

James H. Lane 

Samuel W. Parker . . . 
Thomas A. Hendricks. . 
John G. Davis 




2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
1 
2 
8 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 
10 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 



28 



29 



1843-1844 



1845-1846 



30 



1847-184a 



31 1849-1850 



32 



33 



1851-1852 



1853-1854 



51 



Indiana Representatives in Congress — Continued. 



Name. 




Year 



Daniel Mace 

Norman Eddy 

Ebenezer M. Chamberlain 

Andrew J. Harlan 

Smith Miller 

William H. English 

George G. Dunn 

Will Cumback 

David P. Holloway 

Lucian Barbour 

Harvey D. Scott 

Daniel Mace 

Schuyler Colfax 

Samuel Brenton 

John U. Petit 

James Lockhart (died) 

William E Niblack (to fill vacancy) 

William H. English 

James Hughes 

James B. Foley. . 

David Kilgore 

James M. Gregg 

John G. Davis 

James Wilson 

Schuyler Colfax 

Samuel Brenton 

John U. Petit 

William E. Niblack 

William H. English 

William M. Dunn 

William S. Holman 

David Kilgore 

Albert G. Porter 

John G. Davie 

James Wilson 

Schuyler Colfax 

Cbarles Case 

John U. Petit 

John Laws .... 

James A. Cravens 

William M Dunn . . 

William S. Holman. 

George W. Julian 

Albert G. Porter 

Daniel W. Voorheea 

Alberts White 

Schuyler Colfax 

William Mitchell 

John P. C. Shanks . 

John Laws 

James A. Cravens 

Henry W. Harrington. •. 

Williams. Holman 

George W. Julian 

Ebtnezer Dumont 

Daniel W. Voorhees. ....... 



9 
10 
11 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
1 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 



9 
10 
11 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 



33 



34 



1853-1854 



1855-1856 



35 



1857-1858 



36 



1859-1860 



37 



1861-1862 



38 



1863-1864 



52 



Indiana JRepresentatives in Congress — Continued. 



Name. 



District, 



Session. 



Years. 



Godlove S. Orth 

Schuyler Colfax 

Joseph K. Edgerton 

James F. McDowell 

William E. Niblack 

Michael C. Kerr 

Kalph Hill 

John A. Farquhar 

George W. Julian 

Ebenezer Dumont . . 

Daniel W. Voorhees (seat contested) . 
Henry D. Washburn (on contest) . . 

Godlove S. Orth • • • . 

Schuyler Colfax 

Joseph H. Defrees 

Thomas N. Stillwell 

William E. Niblack 

Michael C. Kerr 

Morton C. Hunter 

William S. Holman 

George W. Julian 

John Coburn . . 

Henry D. Washburn 

Godlove S. Orth 

Schuyler Colfax 

William Williams 

John P. C. Shanks 

William E. Niblack 

Michael C. Kerr 

William S. Holman 

George W. Julian 

John Coburn 

Daniel W. Voorhees 

Godlove S. Orth 

Daniel D. Pratt (elected to the Senate) 
James N. Tyner (vice Pratt) .... 

John P. C. Shanks 

William Williams 

Jasper Packard 

William E. Niblack 

Michael C. Kerr 

William S. Holman 

Jeremiah M. Wilson 

John Coburn 

Daniel W. Voorhees 

Mahlon D. Manson 

James N. Tyner 

John P. C. Shanks 

William Williams 

Jasper Packard 

Godlove S. Orth 

William Williams 

Willian) E. Niblack 

Simeon K. Wolf 

William S. Holman 

Jeremiah M. Wilson 



9 
10 
11 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 



9 
10 
11 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

8 

9 

10 
11 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

State. 

State. 

1 

2 

3 
4 



38 



39 



1863-1864 



1865-1866- 



40 



1867-186& 



41 



1 869-1 87(> 



42 



1871-1872 



43 



1873-1874 



53 



Indiana Representatives in Congress — (Joiitinued. 



Name. 


District. 


Sefsion. 


Years. 


John Cobum 


5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 
11 
1 
2 
2 
3 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

1 

2 

2 

3 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 


43 

44 
Part see. 
Part ses 
Part ses. 
Part ses 

44 

45 

Part ses. 

Part St s. 

45 

46 
47 


1873-1874 


Morton C. Hunter 


Thomas J. Cason 

James N. Tyner 




John p. C. Shanks 




Henry B. Saylor 




Jasper Packard 

Benoni S. Fuller 

James D Williams 

Andrew Humphreys 

Michael C. Kerr 

Nathan T. Carr 


1875-1876 


Jeptha D. New . 

William S. Holman 




Milton S. Robinson 




Morton C. Hunter 




William S. Raymond 

Andrew H. Hamilton 




Benoni S. Fuller 


1877-1878 


Andrew Humphreys 

Nathan T. Carr . . 




George A. Bicknell 

Thomas M. Brown ...... .... 

John Hanna .... 




Michael D. White 

William H. Calkins 

James L Fvans 




John H. Baker 






1879-1880 


Thomas E Cobb 

George A. Bicknell 

Jeptha D. New 




Thomas M. Brown .... 

William K. Mvers 




Andrew J. Hostetler 




William H. Calkins 








Walpole G. Colerick 




William Heilman 


1881-1882 


Thomas E. Cobb 




Strother M. Stockslager 




Cortland C. Matson 




Thomas M. Browne 





54 



Indiana Mepresentatives in Congress — Continued. 



Name. 



District. 



Session. 



Years. 



Stanton J. Peelle . . . 
Eobert B. F Pierce . . 
Charles T. Doxey . . • 
Gonlove S. Orth". . . . 
Charles T. Doxey . . . 
Mark L. Demotte . . . 
George W. Steele . . . 
Walpole G. Colerick. . 
William H. Calkins . . 
John J. Kleiner. . . . 
Thomas K. Cobb . . . 
Strother M. Stockslager 
William S. Holman . . 
Cortland C. Matson . . 
Thomas M. Browne . . 
*Stanton J Peelle . . . 
William E. English . . 
John E. Lamb .... 
Thomas B. Ward . . . 
Thomas J. Wood . . . 
George W. Steele - - 
Eobert Lowery .... 
William H. Calkins . . 
John J. Kleiner .... 
Thomas K. Cobb . . . 
Jonas G. Howard . . . 
William S. Holman . . 
Cortland C. Matson 
Thomas M. Browne . . 
William D. Bynum . . 
Jamts r. Johnson . . . 
Thomas B Ward . . . 
William D. Owen. .- . 
George W. Steele . - . 
Robert Lowery .... 

George Ford 

tBenjamin F Shively . 
Alviu P. Hovey . . 

John H. O'Neil .... 
Jonas G.Howard 
William 8. Holman. . 
Cortland C. Matson . . 
Thomas M Browne . . 
William D Byoum . . 
James T Johnson . . . 
Joseph B. Cht^adle. . . 
William D. Owen , . . 
(ieorge W. Steele . . . 
James B. White. . . . 
Benjamin F. Shively . 
Wm. F. Parrett . . . 
John H. O'Neil. . . . 
Jason B. Brown ... 



9 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

13 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 



10 

11 

12 

13 

1 

2 

3 



47 
Part sss. 
Part see. 

48 



Part ses. 
Part ses. 



1881-1882 



1883-1884 



49 



1885-1886 



50 



1887-1888 



51 



1889-1890 



*Conte>ted by Wm. E. English. 

tFor the short term; vacancy caused by the resignation of William H. Calkins. 



55 



Indiana Representatives in Congress — Continued. 



Name. 



District. 



Session. 



William S. Holman. . 
George W. Cooper . . . 
Thiomas M. Browne . . 
William D. Bynum. . 
Elijah V. Brookshire . 
Joseph B. Cheadle . . . 
William D. Owen . . . 
Augustus N. Martin . . 
Chas. A. O. McClellan . 
Benjamin F. Shively . 
William F. Parrett . . 
John L. Brelz .... 
Jason B. Brown .... 
William S. Holman. . 
George W. Cooper. . . 
Henry U. Johnson . . 
William D. Bynum . . 
Elijah V. Brookshire . 
Daniel Waugh .... 
David H. Patton 
Augustus N. Martin . . 
Chas. A. O. McClellan . 
Benjamin F. Shively . 
Arthur H. Taylor . . . 
John L. Bretz. ■ . . 
Jason B. Brown .... 
William S. Holman . . 
George W. Cooper . . . 
Henry U. Johnson . . 
William D. Bynum . . 
Elijah V. Brookshire . 
Daniel Waugh .... 
Thomas Hammond . . 
Augustus N. Martin . . 
William F. McNagny . 
Charles G. Conn . . 
James A. Hemmenway 
Alexander M. Hardy . 
Kobert J. Tracewell . . 
James E. Watson . . . 
Jesse Overstreet. . . . 
Henry U. Johnson . . 
Charles L. Henry , . . 
George W. Faris. • . . 
J. Frank Hanley . . 
Jethro A. Hatch. . . . 
George W. Steele . . . 
Jacob D. Leighty . . . 
Lemuel W. Royse . . . 



4 
5 
6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

II 

12 

\-6 

1 

2 

8 

4 

h 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

U 

12 

13 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

6 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 

t) 

7 

8 

9 

10 

11 

12 

13 



Yeara. 



51 



52 



53 



54 



1889-1890 



1891-1892 



1893-1894 



1895-1896 



INDIANA OFFICIAL REGISTER^ 



TERRITORIAL GOVERNORS. 



Arthur St. Clair, Governor Korthwest Territory, from 

1787 to 1800. 
John Gibson, from 1800 to January 10, 1801. 
William H. Harrison, from 1801 to 1812.* 
Thomas Posey, from Lbl2 to 1816. 



GOVERNORS OF THE STATE. 



Jonathan Jennings, from 1816 to 1819. 

Jonathan Jennings (second term) from 1819 to 1822. f 

Ratliffe Boone, from September 12 to December 5, 1822. 

William Hendricks, from 1822 to 1825. 

James B. Ray (acting) February 12 to December 11, 1825.J 

James B. Ray, from 1825 to 1828. 

James B. Ray (second term), from 1828 to 1831. 

Noah Noble, from 1831 to 18.4. 

Noah Noble (second term), from 1884 to 1837. 

There have been several omissions in the Official Eegister of the Governors of 
Indiana, extending from the territorial period down to the present time, which, for 
purposes of historic <1 accuracy, we have deemed proper to supply. 

*Governor Harrison was app inted early in the year 1800, but was not sworn 
into office until January 10, ISnl. John Gibson, the Secretary of the Territory, 
acted as Governor until his arrival. 

tJonalhan Jennings, having been elected to Congress before the end of his 
second term, resigned the office of Governor September 12, 1822, and was succeeded 
by Ratliffe Boone, who served until December 5th of the same year. 

^Governor Hendrickp, having been elected a Senator of the United States, re- 
signed his office on the 12ih day of February, 1825, and was succeeded by James 
B. Ray, the Lieutenant Governor, who served as Governor during the remainder of 
the term. 



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David Wallace, from 1837 to 1840. 

Samuel Bigger, from 1840 to 1843. 

James Whitcomb, from 1843 to 1846. 

James Whitcomb, from 1846 to 18 i 8. 

Paris C. Dunning (acting), from 1848 to 1849.t 

Joseph A. Wright, from 1849 to 1852. 

Joseph A. Wright, from 1852 to 1857. 

Ashbel P. Willard, from 1857 to 1860. 

Abram A. Hammond, from 1860 to 1861. xx 

Henry S. Lane, from January 14 to January 16, 1861.|| 

Oliver P. Morton (acting), from 1861 to 1865. 

Oliver P. Morton, from 1865 to 1867. 

Conrad Baker (acting), from 1867 to 1869."^' 

Conrad Baker, from 1869 to 1873. 

Thomas A. Hendricks, from 1873 to 1877. 

James D. Williams, from 1877 to 1880. 

Isaac P. Gray (acting), from 1880 to 1881. § 

Albert G. Porter, from 1881 to 1885. 

Isaac P. Gray, from 1885 to 1889. 

Alvin P. Hovey, from 1889 to I891.xxx 

Ira J. Chase, from November 24, 1891, to January 9, 1893. 

Claude Matthews, 1893 to . 



LIEUTENANT-GOVERNORS. 



Christopher Harrison, trom 1816 to 1819. 
Ratliffe Boone, from 1819 to 1825. 



tGovernor Whitcomb was elected a Senator of the United States December 27, 
1848, and Paris C. Danning, Lieutenant-Governor, served as Governor during the 
remainder of the term. 

XX Governor Willard died on the third day of October, 1860, and Abram A. 
Hammond, the Lieutenant-Governor, served as Governor during the remainder of 
the term. 

II Governor Lane was elected a Senator of the United States January 16, 1861, 
and Oliver P. Morton, the Lieutenant-Governor, served as Governor the remainder 
of the term. 

*Governor Oliver P. Morton was elected a Senator of the United States on the 
23d of January, 1867. On the day following he resigned his ofiBce, and Conrad 
Baker, the Lieutenant-Governor, served as Governor during the remainder of the 
term. 

§ Governor Williams died November 20, 1880, and Isaac P. Gray, Lieutenant- 
Governor, served as Governor the remainder of the term. 

XXX Governor Hovey died November 23, 1891, and Lieutenant-Governor Ira 
J. Chase served as Governor the remainder of the term. 



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John H. Thompson, from 1825 to 1828. 
Milton Stapp, from 1828 to 1831. 
David Wallace, from 1831 to 1837. 
David Hillis, from 1837 to 1840. 
Samuel Hall, from 1840 to 1843. 
Jesse D. Bright, from 1843 to 1845.^ 
Godlove S. Orth (acting), 1845. 
James G. Eeed (acting), 1846. 
Paris C. Dunning, from 1846 to 1848. 
James G. Reed (acting), 1849. 
James H. Lane, from 1849 to 1852. 
Ashbel P. Willard, from 1852 to 1857. 
Abram A. Hammond, from 1857 to 1860. 
John R, Cravens (acting), from 1859 to 1863. 
Paris C. Dunning (acting), from 1863 to 1865. 
Conrad Baker, from 1865 to 1867. 
Will Cumback (acting), from 1867 to 1869. 
Will Cumback, from 1869 to 1873. 

Leonidas Sexton, from 1873 to 1877. ' 

Isaac P. Gray, from 1877 to 1880. 
Frederick W. Yiehe (acting), 1881. 
Thomas Hanna, from 1881 to 1885. 
Mahlon D. Manson, from 1885 to 1887.t 
Ira J. Chase, from 1889 to Nov. 24, 1891.§ 
Francis M. Griffith, President wo tern, of Senate, (acting) 
Lieutenant-Governor from 1891 to 1893. 
Mortimer Nye, from 1893 to . 



SECRETARIES OF STATE. 



John Gibson, Territorial, from 1800 to 1816. 
Robert A. Nevsr, from 1816 to 1825. 
William W. Week, from 1825 to 1829. 
James Morrison, from 1829 to 1833. 
William Sheets, from 1833 to 1837. 
William J. Brown, from 1887 to 1841. 

t Jesse D. Bright was elected to the Senate of the United States, March 6, 
1845. 

t Vacated office by qualifying as Revenue Collector. 

? Lieutenant-Governor Chase assumed the duties of Governor November 24, 
1891. 



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William Sheets, from 1841 to 1845. 

John H. Thompson, from 1845 to 1849. 

Charles H. Test, from 1849 to 1853. 

Nehemiah Hayden, from 1858 to 1855. 

Erasmus B. Collins, from 1856 to 1857. 

Daniel McClure, from 1857 to 1859. 

Cyrus L. Dunham, from 1859 to 1861. 

William A. Peelle, from 1861 to 1863. 

James S. Athon, from 1863 to 1865. 

Nelson Trusler, from 1865 to 1869. 

Max F. A. Hoffman, from 1869 to 1871. 

Norman Eddy, from 1871 to 1872. 

John H. Farquhar, from 1872 to 1873. 

William W. Curry, from 1873 to 1875. 

John E. Neff, from 1875 to 1879. 

John G. Shanklin, from 1879 to 1881. 

Emanuel R. Hawn, from 1881 to 1883. 

William R. Myers, from 1883 to 1885. 

William R. Myers, from 1885 to 1887. 

Charles F. Griffin, from 1887 to 1889. 

Charles F. Griffin, from 1889 to 1891. 

Claude Matthews, from 1891 to January 9, 1893. 

Myron D. King, from Jan. 9, 1893, to Jan. 17, 1893 + 

William R. Myers, from 1893 to 1895. 

William D. Owen, from 1895 to : . 



AUDITORS OF PUBLIC ACCOUNTS. 



INDIANA TERRITORY. 

Peter Jones, commissioned September 5, 1805 ; resigned 
in 1810. 

William Prince, commissioned April 13, 1810; resigned in 
1813. 

General W. Johnston, commissioned January 20, 1M3; 
resigned in 1813. 

William Prince, commissioned February 8, 1813; resigned 
in 1813. 

Davis Floyd, commissioned June 15, 1813; served till ad- 
mission of the State into the Union. 



tClaude Matthews was inaugurated Governor January 9, 1«93, and Myron D. 
King was appointed Secretary of State for the unexpired term. 



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AUDITORS OF STATE. 



William H. Lilley, from 1816 to 1828. 
Benjamin I. Blythe, from 1828 to 1829. 
Morris Morris, from 1829 to 1844. 
Horatio J. Harris, from 1844 to 1847. 
Douglas Maguire, from 1847 to 1850. 
Erastus W. H. Ellis, from 1850 to 1853. 
John P. Dunn, from 1853 to 1855. 
Hiram E. Talbott,' from 1855 to 1857. 
John W. Dodd, from 1857 to 1861. 
Albert Lange, from 1861 to 1863. 
Joseph Ristine, from 1863 to 1865. 
Thomas P. McCarthy, from 1865 to 1869. 
John D, Evans, from 1869 to 1871. 
John C. Shoemaker from 1871 to 1873. 
James A. Wildman, from 1873 to 1875. 
Ebenezer Henderson, from 1875 to 1879. 
Mahlon D. Manson, from 1879 to 1881. 
Edward H. Wolfe, from 1881 to 1883. 
James H. Rice, from 1883 to 1885. 
James H. Rice, from 1885 to 1887. 
Bruce Carr, from 1887 to 1889. 
Bruce Carr, from 1889 to 1891. 
John 0. Henderson, from 1891 to 1893. 
John 0. Henderson, from 1893 to 1895. 
Americus C. Daily, from 1895 to 



TREASURERS OF IISTDIANA TERRITORY. 



William Mcintosh, commissioned February 9, 1801 ; removed 
for cause. 

James Johnson, commissioned September 4, 1805 ; resigned 
in 1813. 

General W. Johnston, commissioned May 29,1813; served 
till State was admitted into the Union, 



61 
TREASURERS OF STATE. 



Daniel C. Lane, from 1816 to 1823. 
Samuel Merrill, from 1823 to 1835. 
Nathan B. Palmer, from 1835 to 1841. 
George H. Dunn, from 1841 to 1844. 
Royal Mayhew, from 1844 to 1847. 
Samuel Hannah, from 1847 to 1850. 
James P. Drake, from 1850 to 1853. 
Elijah Newland, from 1853 to 1855. 
William R. Noffsinger, from 1855 to 1857. 
Aquilla Jones, from 1857 to 1859. 
IVlathaniel F. Cunningham, from 1859 to 1861 
Jonathan S. Harvey, from 1861 to 1863. 
Matthew L. Brett, from 1863 to 1865. 
John I. Morrison, from 1865 to 1867. 
Nathan Kimball, from 1867 to 1871. 
James B. Ryan, from 1871 to 1873. 
John B. Glover, from 1873 to 1875. 
Benjamin C. Shaw, from 1875 to 1879. 
William Fleming, from 1879 to 1881. 
Roswell S. Hill, from 1881 to 1883. 
John J. Cooper, from 1883 to 1885. 
John J. Cooper, from 1885 to 1887. 
Julius A. Lemcke, from 1887 to 1889. 
Julius A. Lemcke, from 1889 to 1891. 
Albert Gall, from 1891 to 1893. 
Albert Gall, from 1893 to 1895. 
Frederick J. Scholz, from 1895 to — — 



ATTORNEY-GENERALS. 



INDIANA TERRITORY. 

John Rice Jones, commissioned January 29, 1801; resigned 
in 1804. 

Benjamin Parke, commissioned August 4, 1804; appointed 
Territorial Judge. 

Thomas Randolph, commissioned June 2, 1808 ; killed at 
Tippecanoe. 



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ATTORNEY-GENERALS. 



James Morrison, from March 5, 1855. 
Joseph E. McDonald, from December 17, 1857. 
James G. Jones, from December 17, 1859. 
John P. Usher, from November 10, 1861. 
Oscar B. Hord, from November 3, 1862. 
Delana E. Williamson, from November 3, 1864. 
Bayless W. Hanna, from November 3, 1870. 
James C. Denny, from November 6, 1872. 
Clarence A. Buskirk, from November 6, 1874. 
Thomas W. Woollen, from November 6, 1878. 
Daniel P. Baldwin, from November 6, 1880. 
Francis T. Hord, from 1882 to 1884. 
Francis T. Hord, from 1884 to 1886. 
Louis T. Michener, from 1886 to 1888. 
Louis T. Michener, from 1888 to 1890. 
Alonzo G. Smith, from 1890 to 1892. 
Alonzo G. Smith, from 1892 to 1894. 
William A. Ketcham, from 1894 to . 



SUPERINTENDENTS OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. 



William C. Larrabee, from 1852 to 1855. 
Caleb Mills, from 1855 to 1857. 
William C. Larrabee, from 1857 to 1859. 
Samuel L. Rugg, from 1859 to 1861. 
Miles J. Fletcher, from 1861 to 1862. 
Samuel K. Hoshour, from 1862. 
Samuel L. Rugg, from 1862 to 1865. 
George W. Hoss, from 1865 to 1869. 
Barnabas C. Hobbs, from 1869 to 1871. 
Milton B. Hopkins, from 1871 to 1874. 
Alexander C. Hopkins, from 1874 to 1875. 
James H. Smart, from 1875 to 1881. 
John M. Bloss, from 1881 to 1883. 
John W. Holcombe, from 1883 to 1885. 
John W. Holcombe, from 1885 to 1887. 



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Harvey M. LaFollette, from 1887 to 1889. 
Harvey M. LaFollette, from 1889 to 1891. 
Hervey D. Vories, from 1891 to 1893. 
Hervey D. Vories, from 1893 to 1895. 
David M. Geeting, from 1895 to . 



CLERKS SUPREME COURT. 



TERRITORIAL — STATE. 

Daniel Lymmes, from 1794 to 1804. 
Henry Hurst, from 1804 to 1820. 
E. Macdonald, from 1817 to 1820. 
Heory P. Coburn, from 1820 to 1852. 
William B. Beach, from 1852 to 1860. 
John P. Jones, from 1860 to 1864. 
Laz. Noble, from 1864 to 1868. 
Theodore W. McCoy, from 1868 to 1872. 
Charles Scholl, from 1872 to 1876. 
Gabriel Schmuck, from 1876 to 1880. 
Daniel Royse, from 1880 to 1881. 
Jonathan W. Gordon, from 1881 to 1882. 
Simon P. Sheerin, from 1882 to 1886. 
William T. Noble, from 1886 to 1890. 
Andrew M. Sweeney, from 1890 to 1894. 
Alexander Hess, from 1894 to . 



REPORTERS SUPREME COURT. 



Isaac Blackford (one of the judges), from 1817 to 1850. 

Horace E. Carter, from 1852 to 1853. 

Albert G. Porter, from 1853 to 1856. 

Gordon Tanner, from 1857 to 186L 

Benjamin Harrison, from 1861 to 1863. 

Michael C. Kerr, from 1863 to 1864. 



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Benjamiu Harrison, from 1864 to 1869. 
James B. Black, from 1869 to 1877. 
Augustus N. Martin, from 1877 to 1881. 
Francis M. Dice, from 1881 to 1885. 
John W. Kern from 1885 to 1889. 
John L. Griffiths, from 1889 to 1893. 
Sidney R. Moon, from 1893 . 



CHIEFS OF THE BUREAU OP STATISTICS. 



John Collett, 1879 to 1881. 
John B. Connor, 1881 to 1883. 
William A. Peelle, Jr., 1883 to 1890. 
William A. Peelle, Jr., from 1890 to 1892. 
William A. Peelle, Jr., from 1892 to 1894.. 
Simeon J. Thompson, 1894 . 



STATE GEOLOGISTS. 



David Dale Owen, from 1837 to 1838. 

Ryland T. Brown, from 1853 to .* 

David Dale Owen, from 1859 to .f 

Richard Owen, from 1859 to 1861. 
Edward T. Cox, from 1869 to 1879. 
.John Collett, from 1879 to.l881. 
John Collett, from 1881 to 1885. 
James Maurice Thompson, 1885 to 1888, | 
Sylvester S. Gorby, from 1888 to 1890. 
Sylvester S. Gorby, from 1890 to 1894. 
Willis S. Blatchley, from 1894 to . 



^'Geological Agent for Agricultural Board. 

tDied in office and succeeded by Richard Owen. 

jKesigned December 31, 1888. Sylvester S. Gorby appointed successor. 



65 
TERRITORIAL JUDGES. 



William Clarke, Henry Vanderburgh, John Griflfin, appointed 
July 4, 1800. 



JUDGES OF THE SUPREME COURT. 



James Scott, from 1816 to 1831. 
John Johnson, from 1816 to 1817. 
Jesse L. Holman, from 1816 to 1831. 
Isaac Blackford, from 1817 to 1853. 
Stephen C. Stephens, from 1881 to 1836. 
John T. McKinney, from 18i3l to 1837. 
Charles Dewey, from 1836 to 1847. 
Jeremiah Sullivan, from 1837 to 1846. 
Samuel E. Perkins, from 1846 to 1865. 
Thomas L. Smith, from 1847 to 1853. 
Andrew Davison, from 1853 to 1865. 
William Z. Stuart, from 1853 to 1857. 
Addison L. Roache, from 1853 to 1854. 

Alvin P. Hovey (appointed), from to 1854. 

Samuel B. Gookins, from 1854 to 1857. 

James L. Worden (appointed), from 1858 to 1865. 

James M. Hanna (appointed), from 1858 to 1865. 

Charles A. Ray, from 1865 to 1871. 

Jehu T. Elliott, from 1865 to 1871. 

James S. Frazer, from 1865 to 1871. 

Robert S. Gregory, from 1865 to 1871. 

James L. Worden, from 1871 to 1882.* 

Alexander C. Downey, from 1871 to 1877. 

Samuel A. Buskirk, from 1871 to 1877. 

John Petit, from 1871 to 1877. 

Andrew L. Osborne, from 1872 to 1874. 

Horace P. Biddle, from 1874 to 1880. 

William E. Mblack, from 1877 to 1883. 

*Eesigned December 2, 1882. 
5 — Sec. State. 



66 

George V. Howk, from 1877 to 1883. 

Samuel E. Perkins, from 1877 to 1879. 

John T. Scott, from 1879 to 1880. 

William S. Wood, from 1881 to ISSS.f 

Byron K. Elliott, from 1881 to 1887. 

William H. Coombs, from December 2, 1882, to 1883. 

Edwin P. Hammond, from 1883 to 1885. 

Allen ZoUars, from 1888 to 1889. 

William E. Kiblack, from 1883 to 1889. 

George V. Howk, from 1883 to 1889. 

Joseph A. S. Mitchell, from 1885 to December, 1890t. 

Byron K. Elliott, from 1887 to 1898. 

Walter Olds, from 1889 to June 15, 1893. 

John D. Berkshire, from 1889 to February, 1891. § 

Silas D. Coffey, from 1889 to 1895. 

Joseph S. Dailey, from July 24, 1893 to 1895.* 

Robert W. McBride, from December 17, 1890, to 1892. 

John D. Miller, from February 25, 1891, to 1892. 

Leonard J. Hackney, from November, 1892 to . 

Timothy E. Howard, from November, 1892 to . 

James McCabe, from 1893 to . 

James H. Jordan, from 1895 to . 

Leander J. Monks, from 1895 to . 



JUDGES OF APPELLATE COURT. 



George L. Reinhard, from January 1, 1893, to . 

Frank E. Gavin, from January 1, 1893, to . 

Theodore P. Davis, from January 1, 1893, to . 

Orlando J. Lotz, from January 1, 1898, to — — . 
George E. Ross, from January 1, 1893, to . 

tResigned May 8, 1883. 

tJudge J. A. S. Mitchell was re-elected November, 1890, for six years, from 
January, 1891. He died December, 1890. 

? Judge .John D. Berkshire died February, 1891. 

*Judge Walter Olds resigned June 15, 1893, and Joseph S. Dailey was ap- 
pointed July 24, 1893, to serve for the unexpired term. 



67 
UNITED STATES SENATORS. 



James Noble, from 1816 to 1831. 

Walter Taylor, from 1816 to 1825. 

William Hendricks, from 1825 to 1837. 

Robert Hanna (appointed), 1831. 

John Tipton, from 1831 to 1839. 

Oliver H. Smith, from 1837 to 1843. 

Albert S. White, from 1839 to 1845. 

Edward A. Hannegan, from 1843 to 1849. 

Jesse D. Bright, from 1845 to 1861. 

James Whitcomb, from 1849 to 1852. 

Charles W. Cathcart (appointed), from 1852 to 1853. 

John Petit, from 1853 to 1857. 

Graham N. Fitch, from 1857 to 1861. 

Joseph A. Wright (appointed), 1861 to 1863. 

Henry S. Lane, from 1861 to 1867. 

David Turpie, 1863. 

Thomas A. Hendricks, from 1863 to 1869. 

Oliver P. Morton, from 1867 to 1877. 

Daniel D. Pratt, 1869 to 1875. 

Joseph E. McDonald, 1875 to 1881. 

Daniel W. Voorhees (appointed), 1877 to 1879. 

Daniel W. Voorhees, from 1879 to 1885. 

Daniel W. Voorhees, from 1885 to 1891. 

Benjamin Harrison, from 1881 to 1887. 

David Turpie, from 1887 to 1893. 

Daniel W. Voorhees, from 1891 to . 

David Turpie, from 1893 to . 



ADJUTANT-GENERALS. 



INDIANA TERRITORY. 

John Small, February 4, 1801. 
Daniel Sullivan, August 4, 1812. 
Charles Smith, October 21, 1812. 
Daniel Sullivan, January 14, 1813. 
General W. Johnston, September 10, 1813. 
Waller Taylor, February 24, 1814. 
Allen D. Thorn, September 7, 1814. 



68 
ADJUTANT GENERALS. 



STATE OF INDIANA. 

Stephen Ranney, February 14, 1817. 
Henry P. Coburn, December 24, 1819. 
Stephen Ranney, December 5, 1822. 
Thomas Posey, September 3, 1823. 
J. Landis. 
Douglas Maguire. 

David Reynolds, during Mexican "War. 
David Reynolds, January Iti, 1850. 
Wm. A. Morrison, June 12, 1857. 
Lewis Wallace, April 15, 1861. 
John M. Wallace, April 26, 1861. 
Lazarus Noble, May 27, 1861. 
W. H. H. Terrell, November 12, 1864. 
James C. Veatch, May 20, 1869. 
John G. Greenawault, 1870. 
Wm. W. Conner, January, 1873. 
George W. Russ, January, 1877. 
James R. Carnahau, 1881 to 1885. 
George W. Koontz, 1885 to 1889. 
Nicholas R. Ruckle, 1889 to 1893. 
Irvin Robbins, 1893 . 



QUARTERMASTER-GENERALS. 



Samuel Beck, January 16, 1850. 
Ambrose Ballweg, March 22, 1861. 
Thomas A. Morris, April 16, 1861. 
John H. Yajen, April 19, 1861. 
John C. New, May 30, 1862. 
Asahel Stone, October 15, 1862. 

P. Schmuck, , 1866. 

H. N. Conklin. 
Samuel Beck, to 1884. 

George L. Branham, , 1885. 

James B. McShepard, from 1885 to 1889. 
Jos. P. Pope, from 1889 to 1893. 
Samuel M. Compton, from 1893 — — . 



69 
COMMISSARY- GENERALS. 



Michael C. Bright, November 27, 1857. 

Isaiah Mansur, April 15, 1861. 

Asahel Stone, May 20, 1861, to October 15, 1862. 



STATE PAYMASTERS. 



Oscar H. Kendrick, June 11, 1861. 
Stearns Fisher, January — , 1863. 



70 



MEMBERS OF THE FIFTY-FOURTH CONGRESS. 



Name. 



District. 



Teem of Office. 



James A. Hemenway 
Alexander M. Hardy 
Robert J. Tracewell 
James E. Watson 
Jesse Overstreet . 
Henry U. Johnson 
Charles L. Henry 
George W. Paris . 
J. Frank Hanley 
Jethro A. Hatch 
Geo. W. Steele . . 
Jacob D. Lei^hty 
Lemuel W. Royse 



First Congressional District . 
Second Congressional District 
Third Congressional District 
Fourth Congressional District 
Fifth Congressional Distrikjt . 
Sixth Congressional District . 
Seventh Congressional District 
Eighth Congressional District 
Ninth Congressional District . 
Tenth Congressional District . 
Eleventh Congressional District . 
Twelfth Congressional District 
Thirteenth Congressional District 



2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 



from March 4, 1895 
from March 4, 1895 
from March 4, 1895 
from March 4, 1895 
from March 4. 1895 
from March 4, 1895 
from March 4, 1895 
from March 4, 1895 
from March 4, 1895 
from March 4, 1895 
from March 4,1895 
from March 4, 1895 
from March 4, 1895 



MEMBERS OF THE FIFTY-FIFTH CONGRESS. 



Name. 



District. 



Teem op Office. 



James A. Hemenway 

Robert W. Miers . . . 

William T. Zenor . . 

William S. Holman . 

George W. Faris . . . 

Henry U. Johnson . . 

Jesse Overstreet . . . 

Charles L. Henry . . 

Charles B. Landis . . 
Edgnr D. Crumpacker 
George W. Steele 

James N. Robinson . 

Lemuel W. Royse . . 



First Congressional District 
Second Congressional Dii-trict 
Third Congressional District 
Fourth Congressional District 
Fitth Congressional District . 
Sixth Congressional District . 
Seventh Congressional District 
Eighth Congressional District 
Ninth Congressional District . 
Tenth Congressional District 
Eleventh Congressional District 
Twelfth Congressional District 
Thirteenth Congressional District 



2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 
2 years 



from March 4, 1897 
from March 4, 1897 
from March 4, 1897 
from March 4, 1897 
from March 4, 1897 
from March 4, 1897 
from March 4, 1897 
from March 4, 1897 
from March 4, 1896 
from March 4, 1897 
from March 4, 1896 
from March 4, 1896 
from March 4, 1896 



71 



STATE El^UMERATION OF 1895. 



Showing Number of Voters in Indiana, White and Colored, by 

Counties. 



COUNTIES. 





TS 


V 


<u 




tl 


-a 


_o 


^ 


o 
O 



If 






Adams . . . . 
Allen . . . . 
Bartholomew , 
Benton . . . 
Blackford . . 



Boone 
Brown . 
Carroll 
Cass . . 
Clark . 



Clay . . . 
Clinton . 
Crawford . 
Daviess . 
Dearborn 



Decatur . . 

Dekalb . . 

Delaware . 

Dubois . . . 

Elkhart . . 

Fayette • - 
Franklin . . 
Floyd . . 
Fountain . . 
Fulton . . . 

aibson . . . 
jrrant . . . 
3reene . . . 
Hamilton 
Hancock . . 

Harrison . . 
Hendricks . 
Henry . . . 
Howard . . 
Huntinorton 



5,147 

18,363 

6,635 


72 
91 


3,526 

4,087 


13 

7 


7,381 


42 


2,300 




5,302 


10 


9,300 


56 


7,022 


659 


8,449 
7,552 


149 
33 


3,172 


1 


6,860 


73 


5,946 


28 


5,502 


44 


6,470 


5 


11,184 


193 


4,384 


9 


11,645 


12 


3,729 
4,608 


102 

2 


6,996 


500 


5,886 


10 


4,673 


6 


6,932 


367 


13,440 


325 


6,577 


33 


7,129 
4,915 


153 
19 


5,275 
5,763 


83 
85 


6,803 
7,388 


140 
133 


7,228 






5,147 
18,435 
6,726 
3,539 
4,094 

7,423 
2,300 
5,312 
9,356 
7,681 

8,598 
7,585 
3,173 
6,933 
5,974 

5,546 
6,475 

11,377 
4,393 

11,657 

3,831 
4 610 
7,496 
5,896 
4,679 

7,299 
13,752 
6,610 
7,282 
4,934 

5,358 
5,848 
6,943 
7,521 
7,233 



72 



STATE ENUMERATION OF 1895— Continued. 



COUNTIES. 




Jackson . . 
Jasper . . . 
Jay ... 
JeflFerson . .. 
Jennings . . 

Johnson . . 
Knox • . . 
Kosciusko . 
Lagrange . . 
Lake. . . . 

Laporte . . 
Lawrence . 
Madison . . 
Marion . . 
Marshall . . 

Martin . . 
Miami . . . 
Monroe . . 
Montgomery 
Morgan . . 

Newton . . 
Noble . . . 
Ohio .... 
Orange • . . 
Owen . . . 

Parke . . . 

Perry . . . 

Pike. . . . 

Porter . . . 

Posey . • . 

Pulaski . . 
Putnam . . 
Randolph . 
Ripley . . . 
Rush . . . 

Scott .... 
Shelby. . . 
Spencer . . 
Starke . . . 
St. Joseph . 



6,892 
3,444 
7,205 
6,002 
3,946 

5,285 
7,327 
7,738 
4,279 
8,192 

9,444 

5,264 

14,841 

42,217 

6,479 

3,083 
7,106 
4,722 
8,355 
4,982 

2,600 
6.820 
1,244 
3,709 
3,788 

5,632 
4,099 

4,708 
5,128 
6,-585 

3,219 
5,619 
7,483 
5,317 
5,255 

1,986 
6,987 
5,219 
2,465 
12,492 



74 

6 

42 

244 

81 

90 

128 

14 

2 

24 

38 

101 

122 

3.804 



3 

32 

144 

97 

27 

19 
4 
42 
15 
33 

72 

62 

37 

2 

343 

1 
80 

121 
11 

199 



365 
92 



73 



STATE ENUMERATION OF 1895— Continued. 



COUNTIES. 






Steuben . . . 
Sallivan . . . 
Switzerland . . 
Tippecanoe . ■ 
Tipton. . . . 

Union . . . . 
Vanderburgh 
Vermillion . . 
Vigo 

Wabaeh . . , 

Warren . . . 

Warrick . . . 

Washington . 

Wayne . . . 

Wells . . . . 

White. . . . 

Whitley . . . 

Total . . 



4,593 
5,750 
3,160 
10,677 
4,824 

1,955 
14,714 

3,706 
15,334 

7,802 
2,943 
5,339 
4,758 

10,459 
5,687 
4,780 
4,542 



5 
50 
22 
95 
13 

32 

1,726 

11 

628 

50 

4 

197 



360 

3 
22 



4,598 
5,800 
3.182 
10,772 
4,837 

1,987 
16,440 

3,717 
15,957 

7,352 
2,947 
5,536 
4,758 

10,819 
5,687 
4,783 
4,564 



613,750 



13,322 



627,072 



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STATE EE^UMERATION OF 1895. 



Giving the Number of Voters in Each County. Arranged by Con- 
gressional Districts. Apportionment of 1895. 



FIEST DISTKICT. 





S. 


1895. 


a 


COUNTIE 


i 

2 
^ 


to 
u 

o 

-'o 
O 


3 

o 
H 


o 


Posey 


5,585 
6,932 
14,714 
5,339 
4,708 
5,219 


343 
367 
1,726 
197 
37 
365 


5,928 
7.-^99 
16.440 
5,536 
4,745 
5,58t 


5,162 
6.089 




12,717 


Warrick . . .i 

Pike i 


5,114 
4,266 




5,551 








Total 


42,497 


3,035 


45,532 






SECOND DISTI 


IICT. 









Knox . . 
Sullivan . 
Daviess . 
Greene . 
Owen . . 
Monroe . 
Martin . 
Lawrence 

Total 



7.327 


128 


7,455 


5,750 


50 


5,800 


6,8B0 


73 


6,933 


6,577 


33 


6,610 


3,788 


33 


3,821 


4.722 


144 


4,866 


3.083 


3 


3,086 


5,264 


101 


5,36i 


43,371 


565 


43,936 



THIRD DISTRICT. 



Dubois . . 

Orange . . 

Crawford . 

Perry . . . 
Washington 

Harrison . 

Floyd . . . 

Clark . . . 

Scott . . . 

Total . 



4,384 


9 


4,393 


3,709 


15 


3,724 


3.172 


1 


3,173 


4,099 


62 


4,161 


4,758 




4,758 


5,275 


83 


5.358 


6,996 


500 


7,496 


7,022 


659 


7,681 


1,986 


3 


1,989 


41,404 


1,332 


42,733 



75 



FOURTH DISTRICT. 



COUNTIES. 



1895, 



03? 



Jackson . . . 
Brown . . . . 
Bartholomew 
Jennings. . . 
Decatur . . . 
Ripley . . . . 
Dearborn. . . 
Ohio . - 
Switzerland . 
JefiFerson. . . 

Total. . . 



6292 
2,300 
6,635 
3,946 
5,502 
5,317 
5,946 
1,244 
3,160 
6,002 



46,344 



74 

91 
81 
44 
11 
28 
42 
22 
244 



637 



6,366 
2,300 
6,726 
4,027 
5,546 
5,328 
5,974 
1,286 
3,182 
6,246 



5,553 
2,332 
5,934 
4,161 
5,215 
4,873 
6,383 
1,327 
3,302 
6,405 



46,981 



FIFTH DISTRICT. 



Vigo . . , 
Vermillion 
Parke 
Clay . . . , 
Putnam 
Hendricks . 
Morgan . . 

Total. . 



15,334 
3,706 
5,632 
8,449 
5,619 
5,76:i 
4,982 



49,485 



623 
11 

72 
149 
80 
85 
27 



1,047 



15,957 
3,717 
5.704 
8,598 
5,699 
5,848 
5,009 



50,532 



13,317 
3,391 
5,361 
7,769 
5,493 
5,937 
4,568 



SIXTH DISTRICT. 



Hancock 
Shelby . , 
Henry . . 
Rush . . , 
Wayne. . 
Fayette . 
Union 
Franklin, 

Total. 



4,915 
6,987 
6,803 
5,255 
10,459 
3,729 
1,955 
4,608 



44,711 



19 


4,934 


88 


7,075 


140 


6,943 


199 


5,454 


360 


10,819 


102 


3,831 


32 


1,987 


2 


4,610 


942 


45,653 



4,491 
6,545 
6,440 
5,168 
10,070 
3,512 
1,976 
4,691 



SEVENTH DISTRICT. 



Marion. 
Johnson 

Total 




37,554 
4,963 



EIGHTH DISTRICT. 





14,841 
11,184 
7,483 
7,205 
4,087 
5,687 
5,147 


122 
193 
121 
42 
7 


14,963 
11,377 
7,604 
7,247 
4,094 
5.687 
5,147 


8,898 


Delaware 

Randolph 

.Tay 


7,452 

7,i:» 

5,000 


Blackford 


2,451 


Wells 


5,113 


Adams 


4,762 






Total 


55,634 


485 


56,119 





76 



NINTH DISTRICT. 





1895. 


a 


COUNTIES. 


■2 


2 

o 
o 


5 

o 


Soo 

fl'-' 




5,886 
8,355 
7,381 
7,552 
5,302 
4,824 
7,129 


10 
97 
42 
33 
10 
13 
153 


5.896 
8.452 
7.423 
7,585 
5,312 
4,837 
7,282 


5,132 




8,001 




7,038 


Clinton 

Carroll 


7.287 
4,973 


Tipton 


4,386 




6,076 






Total 


46,429 


358 


46,787 





TENTH DISTRICT. 



Warren . . 
Tippecanoe 

White . . . 

Benton . . 

Newton . . 

Jasper . . . 

Lake. . . . 

Porter . . . 

Laporte . . 

Total. . 



2,943 


4 


2,947 


10,677 


95 


10,772 


4,780 


3 


4,783 


3,526 


13 


3,539 


2,600 


19 


2,619 


3,444 


6 


3,450 


8,192 


24 


8,216 


5,128 


2 


5,130 


9,444 


38 


9,482 


50,734 


204 


50,938 



ELEVENTH DISTRICT. 



Cass . . . 

Miami . . . 
Howard . . 
flrant . . . 
Wabash . . 
Huntington 

Total. . 



9,300 


56 


9,356 


7,106 


32 


7,138 


7,388 


133 


7,521 


13,440 


325 


13.752 


7,302 


50 


7,352 


7,228 


5 


7,233 


51,764 


601 


52,352 



TWELFTH DISTRICT. 



Whitley . 
Allen . . 
Noble . . 
Dekalb . 
Steuben . 
Lagrange 

Total. 



4,542 


22 


4,564 


18,363 


72 


18,435 


6,820 


4 


6,824 


6,470 


5 


6.475 


4,593 


5 


4,598 


4,279 


2 


4,281 


45,067 


110 


45,177 



THIRTEENTH DISTRICT. 



Pulaski . 
Starke . . 
St. Joseph 
Elkhart . 
Marshall. 
Kosciusko 
Fulton . . 

Total. 



3,219 


1 


3,220 


2,465 




2,465 


12,492 


92 


12,584 


11,645 


12 


11,657 


6,479 




6.479 


7,738 


14 


7,752 


4,673 


6 


4,679 


48,711 


125 


48,836 



77 



POPULATION OF INDIANA. 

Total for 1880 1,978,301 

Total for 1890 2,192,404 

Counties, Population and County Seats of the State of Indiana, 

Census of 1890 : 



Counties. 



Population of County Seats. 



Population 
of County 



Numbe 
of Town- 
ships. 



Adams . . . 

Allen . . . . 
Bajrtholomew 

Benton . . . 

Blackford . . 

Boone. . . . 

Brown . . . 

Carroll . . 

Cass . . . . 

Clark . . . . 

Clay . . . . 

Clinton . . . 

Crawford . . 

Daviess . . . 

Dearborn . . 

Decatur . . . 

Dekalb • . . 

Delaware . . 
Dubois . . 

Elkhart. . . 

Fayette . . . 

Floyd. . . . 

Fountain . . 

Franklin . . 

Fulton . . . 

Gibson . . . 

Grant . . . . 

Greene . . . 

Hamilton . . 
Hancock 

Harrison . . 

Hendricks . . 

Henry . . . 

Howard . • . 

Huntington . 

Jackson . . . 

Jasper . . . 

Jay. . . . 

Jefferson . . 

Jennings ■ - 

Johnson . . . 

Knox . . . . 

Kosciusko . . 

Lagrange . . 

Lake . . . . 

Laporte . . . 



3,142 
35,393 
6,719 
1,885 
2,287 
3,682 
395 
1,923 
13,328 
10,666 
5,905 
5,919 
792 
6,064 
4,284 
3,59G 
2,415 
11,345 
1,281 
6,033 
4,548 
21,059 
1,891 
2,028 
2,467 
3,076 
8,769 
1,229 
3,054 
3,100 
880 
1,569 
2,697 
8,261 
7,328 
1,422 
1,455 
3,725 
8,936 
613 
3,781 
8,853 
3,574 
1,784 
1,907 
7,126 



Decatur . . 
Fort Wayne 
Columbus . 
Fowler. . . 
Hartford City 
Lebanon . . 
Nashville . 
Delphi . . 
Logansport 
Jeffersonville 
Bra?il . . . 
Frankfort . 
Leavenworth 
Washington 
Lawrenceburgh 
Greensburgh 
Auburn . . 
Muncie . . 
Jasper . 
Goshen . . 
Connersville 
New Albany 
Covington . 
Brook ville . 
Rochester . 
Princeton . 
Marion 
Bloomfield . 
Noblesville 
Greenfield . 
Corydon . 
Danville . . 
New Castle . 
Kokomo . . 
Huntington 
Brownstown 
Rensselaer . 
Portland. 
Madison . . 
Vernon . . 
Franklin . 
Vincennes . 
Warsaw . . 
Lagrange . 
Crown Point 
Laporte . . 



20,181 
66,689 
28,867 
11,903 
10,461 
26,572 
10,308 
20,020 
31,152 
30,259 
30,536 
27,370 
13,941 
26,227 
23,364 
19,277 
24,307 
30,131 
20,253 
39,201 
12,630 
29.458 
19,558 
18,366 
16,746 
24 920 
31,493 
24,379 
26,123 
17,829 
20,786 
21,498 
23,879 
26,186 
27,644 
24,139 
11,185 
23,478 
24,507 
14,608 
19,561 
28,044 
28,645 
15,615 
23,886 
34,445 



12 
20 
14 

8 

4 
12 

5 
13 
14 
12 
10 
11 

9 
10 
14 

9 
12 
12 

8 
16 

9 

5 
11 
13 

8 

8 
13 
15 

9 

9 
18 
12 
13 
11 
12 
11 
12 
12 
10 
10 

9 
10 
16 
11 
10 
19 



Counties J Population and County Seats — Continued. 



Counties. 



Population of County Seats. 



Population 
of County. 



Number 
of Town- 
ships. 



Lawrence . . 
Madison . . 
Marion . . . 
Marshall . . 
Martin . . . 
Miami . . . 
Monroe - . . 
Montgomery, 
Morgan , . . 
Newton . . . 
Noble. . . . 
Ohio . . . . 
Orange . . . 
Owen 

Parke .... 
Perry .... 
Pike . . . . 
Porter - . . 
Posey .... 
Pulaski . . . 
Putnam . . . 
Randolph . . 
Ripley . . . 
Rush . . . 
Scott . . . . 
Shelby . . . 
Spencer . . . 
Starke ■ . . 
St. Joseph . . 
Steuben . . . 
Sullivan . . 
Switzerland . 
Tippecanoe . 
Tipton . . . 
Union. . . . 
Vanderburgh 
Vermillion . 
Vigo . . . . 
Wabash . . . 
Warren . . . 
Warrick. . . 
Washington . 
Wayne . . • 
Wells. . . . 
White . . . 
Whitley. . . 



3,351 

10,741 

105,436 

2,723 

738 

7,028 

4,018 

6,089 

2,680 

918 

1,229 

1,689 

707 

1,868 

1,689 

1,991 

1,494 

5,090 

4,705 

1,215 

4,390 

3,014 

421 

3,475 

618 

5,451 

2,314 

790 

21,819 
1,840 
2,222 
1,663 

16,243 
2,697 
1,314 

50,756 
551 

30,217 
5,105 
1,027 
1,881 
1,975 

16,608 
3,589 
1,518 
3,027 



Bedford . . 
Anderson 
Indianapolis 
Plymouth . 
Shoals . . . 
Peru . . . 
Bloomington 
Crawford sville 
Martinsville 
Kentland . 
Albion 
Rising Sun . 
Paoli . . . 
Spencer . . 
Rockville . 
Cannelton . 
Petersburgh 
Valparaiso . 
Mt. Vernon 
Winamac . 
Greencastle 
Winchester 
Versailles . 
Rushville ■ 
Scottsburgh 
Shelbyville 
Rockport . 
Knox . . 
South Bend 
Angola . . 
Sullivan . . 
Vevay. . . 
Lafayette . 
Tipton. 
Liberty . . 
Evansville . 
Newport . . 
Terre Haute 
Wabash . . 
Williamsport 
Boonville 
Salem 
Richmond 
BluflFton 
Monticello 
Columbia City 



19,792 
36,487 
141,166 
23,818 
13,973 
25,823 
17,673 
28,025 
18,643 

8,803 
23,359 

4,955 
14,678 
15,040 
20,296 
18,240 
18,544 
18,052 
21,529 
11,233 
22,335 
28,085 
19,350 
19,034 

7,833 
25,454 
22,060 

7,339 
42.457 
14,478 
21,877 
12,514 
35,078 
18,157 

7,006 
59,809 
13,154 
50,195 
27,126 
10,955 
21,161 
18,619 
37,628 
21,514 
15,671 
17,768 



79 



Population of Other Cities Having 4,000 or More Inhabitants. 



Cities. 


Counties. 


Populal'n, 
1890. 


Elkhart 


Elkhart 


11,360 

10,776 

5,428 

5 337 


Michigan City ... 


Laporte 

Lake 




Jackson 







POPULATION BY CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS, 1890, 

First District 186,263 

Second District 3 61,287 

Third District 170,209 

Fourth District 142,314 

Fifth District 148,925 

Sixth District 139,359 

Seventh District 195,472 

Eighth District 183,641 

Ninth District 182,344 

Tenth District 156,749 

Eleventh District 187,720 

Twelfth District 162,216 

Thirteenth District. 175,905 

Total 2,192,404 



CENSUS OF THE UNITED STATES. 



First, 1790 3,929,328 

Second, 1800 5,308,925 

Third, 1810 7,239,814 

Fourth, 1820 9,638,131 

Fifth, 1830 12,866,026 

Sixth, 1840 17,069,453 



Seventh, 1850 23,191,876 

Eighth, 1860 31,443,321 

Ninth, 1870 38,538,371 

Tenth, 1880 50,152,866 

Eleventh, 1890 62,622,250 



VERIFIED POPULATION OF THE UNITED STATES IN 1890. 

The United States.., 62,622,250 



80 

North Atlantic Division. 

States and Territories. Population. 

Maine 661,086 

New Hampshire 376,530 

Vermont 332,422 

Massachusetts 2,238,943 

Rhode Island 345,506 

Connecticut 746,258 

New York 5,997,853 

New Jersey 1,444,933 

Pennsylvania 5,258,014 



Total 17,401,545 

South Atlantic Division. 

Delaware 168,493 

Maryland 1,042,390 

District of Columbia 230,392 

Virginia 1,655,980 

West Virginia 762,794 

North Carolina 1,617,947 

South Carolina 1,151,149 

Georgia 1,837,353 

Florida 391,422 



Total 8,857,920 

Northern Central Division. 

Ohio 3,672,316 

Indiana 2,192,404 

Illinois 3,826,351 

Michigan 2,093,889 

Wisconsin 1,686,880 

Minnesota 1,301,826 

Iowa 1,911,896 

Missouri 2,679,184 

North Dakota 182,719 

South Dakota 328,808 

Nebraska 1,058,910 

Kansas 1,427,096 



Total ; 22,362,279 



81 



Southern Central Division. 

States and Territories. Population. 

Kentucky 1,858,635 

TenneBsee 1,767,518 

Alabama 1,513,017 

Mississippi 1,289,600 

Louisiana 1,11 8,587 

Texas 2,'J35,523 

Indian Territory 

Oklahoma *61,834 

Arkansas 1,128,179 



Total 10,972,839 

Western Division. 

Montana 1 32,159 

Wyoming 60,705 

Colorado 412,198 

New Mexico 153,593 

Arizona 59,620 

Utah 207,905 

Nevada 45,761 

Idaho 84,385 

Alaska 

Washington 319,390 

Oregon 313,767 

California 1,208,130 



Total 3,027,613 

RECAPITULATION. 

North Atlantic Division 17,401,545 

South Atlantic Division 8,857,920 

Northern Central Division 22,362,279 

Southern Central Division 10,972,893 

Western Division 8,027,613 



Total United States 62,622,250 

"Including 5,338 persons in Greer County (in Indian Territory) claimed by Texas. 
()— Sec. State. 



82 



JUDGES OF CIRCUIT COURTS IN OFFICE OCTOBER 

31, 1896. 



CIRCUIT. 



NAME. 



P.O. ADDRESS. 



TERM EXPIRES. 



First . . 
Second . 
Third . 
Fourth . 
Fifth . 
Sixth . • 
Seventh 
Eiffbth . 
Ninth . 
Tenth . 



Eleventh . . 
Twelfth . . 
Thirteenth . 
Fourteenth 
Fifteenth . 
Sixteenth 
Seventeenth 



Eighteenth . . 
Nineteenth . 
Twentieth . . 
Twenty-first 
Twenty-second 
Twenty-third 
Twenty-fourth 
Twenty-fifth . 
Twenty-sixth 
Twenty seventh 
Twenty-eighth 
Twenty-ninth 
Thirtieth . . . 



Thirty-first . 
Thirty-second 
Thirty-third . 
Thirty-fourth 
Thirty-fifth . 
Thirty-sixth 
Thirty seventh 
Thirty-eighih 
Thirty-ninth . 
Fortieth . . . 

Forty-first 
Forty-second 
Forty-third . 
Forty- fourth . 
Forty-fifth . . 



Robert D. Richardson 
Edward tJough . . . 
William T. Zenor . . 
George H. D. Gi son . 
WilliHm T. Priedly . . 
Willard New 
Alexander C. Downey 
John D.Miller . . . . 
Franris T. Hord . . . 
Joseph Giles 



Oscar M. Welborn 
Geo. W. Shaw .... 
Samuel M. McGregor 
Willi m W.Moffett 
George W. G'ubbs . 
William Buckingham 
Thos. J. Study ... 



Charles G. Offutt 
Edgar A. Brown 
Stephen Neal . . 
Joseph M RHbb 
Jas. r. Harvey 
William C. L.Taylor. 
Richard R. Stei)henson 
Albert 0. Marsh. . 
Daniel D. Heller . 
H^rvey B. Shively 
Edwin C. Vaughn 
Dyer B. McConneH 
William Darroch . 



John H.Gillett 
Lucius Hubbard 
Jiiseph W. Adair 
Herirv D. Wilson 
Win. L. Per field 
Lex. J . Kirkpatrick 
Ferdinand S. iSwift 
Fidward O'Rourke 
Foremen F. Palmer 
(Expired by statutory limi- 

tition.) 
A. C. Capron ....... 

Samuel B. Voyles 

David N. Taylor 

George Burson 

Samuel H. Doyal 



Evansville 
Boonville . 
Cordydon . 
Charlestown 
North Madison 
Vernon 
Rising Sun . 
Greensbttrg . 
Columbus 
Bloomington 



Princeton . . 

Vincennes . 

Brazil . . . . 
Sullivan 
Martinsville 

Franklin . . 

Richmond . 



Greenfield . 
Indianapolis 
Lebanon 
Willianasport 
Crawfordsville 
Lafayette . 
Noblesville 
Winchester 
Portland . 
Wabash . . 
Bluffton . . 
Logansport 
Fowler . . 



Hammond . 
Laporte 
Columbia City 
Elkhart . , 
Angola . 
Kokomo 
Hrookville 
Ft. Wayne 
Monticello 



l^lymouth . . 
Salem 

Terre Haute 
Winamac . . 
Frankfort . . 



November 17, 1896. 

November 16, 1898. 

October 12, 1897. 

November 15, 1898. 

October 12, 1897. 

November 13. 1900. 

October 21, 1897. 

November 13, 1900. 

November 19. 1898. 

Robert W. Miers re- 
signed August 12, 
1896, and Joseph 
Giles appointed 
August 12, 1896, un- 
til successor is 
elected and quali- 
fied. 

October 24, 1897. 

December 1,1900. 

November 16, 1900. 

November 14, 1900, 

November 14, 1900. 

November 13, ItOO. 

Daniel W. Comstoek 
resigned October 12, 
1896, and Ihos. J. 
Study appointed 
Octoberl2, 1896, un- 
til successor is 
elected and qali- 
fied. 

November 15, 1894. 

November 11, 1896, 

November 10, 1896. 

November 15.. 1900. 

October 21, 1897. 

November 15. 1900., 

October 19. 1897. 

November 15, 1900. 

November 23, 1901. 

October 11, 1897. 

November 17, 1900. 

November 3, 1896. 

U.Z. Wiley resigned 
0<-toberl2,1896,and 
William Darroch 
appointed October 
12, 1896, until suc- 
cessor is elected 
and qualified. 

November 13,1898. 

November 14, 1900. 

November 17, 1896. 

November 15, 1900. 

November 16, 1900. 

Novembers. 1896. 

October 27, 1898. 

November 15, 1900. 

November 15, 1900. 



November 14, 1896. 
Novt-mber 10, 1896. 
November 12, 1896. 
November 14, 1896. 
November 12, 1896. 



88 



JUDGES OF CIRCUIT COURTS— Continued. 



CIRCUIT. 



NAME. 



P. 0. ADDRESS. I TERM EXPIRES. 



Forty-sixth . 

Forty-seventh 

Forty-eighth . 

Forty-ninth . 

Fiftieth . . 

Fiity-first . . 

Fifty-second . 

Fifty-third . . 

Fifty- fourth . 

Fifiy-fifth . . 

Fifty- sixth . . 

Fifty-seventh(cre- 
ated by Fifty- 
ninth General 
Assembly, 1895) 



(ieorge H. Koons 
Ared F. White . . 
Joseph L. Ouster 
David J. Heffron 
Altred S. Ellison . . 
Jabez T. Cox ... . 
Jacob Herter 
Eugene H. Bundy 
Kdgar Haymond 
John V. Hadley 
Charles W. Watkins 
Eugene A. Ely . . 



Muncie 

Rockville . 

Marion 

Washington 

Anderson . 

Peru 

New Albany 

New Castle 

W a rsaw 

Danville 

Huntingt 'n 



November 15, 1898. 

November 15, 1898. 

November 15, 1898. 

November 15, 1898. 

November 12, 1896. 

November 17, 1896. 

November 14, 1898. 

November 17, 1896. 

November 17, 1896. 

November 15,190ii. 

November 10, 1900. 

Appointed March 26, 
1895, to serve until 
next general elec- 
tion. 



JUDGES OF SUPERIOR COURTS IN OFFICE OCTO- 
BER 31, 1896. 



NAME. 


COUNTY. 


TERM EXPIRES. 


John L. McMasters 

Lawson M. Harvey 

Vinson Carter 

David W. Henry 

John H. Foster 


Marion. 

Marion 

Marion 

Vigo. . . 

Vanderburgh .... 

Tippecanoe 

Allen . . 

Madison. (Created 
by 59th General 
Assembly.). 

Porter. (Created by 
59th General As- 
sembly) .... 


November 20, 1898. 
November 18, 1898. 
October 27, 1900. 
December 18, 1898. 
December 18. 1898. 


Wilson DeWitt Wallace 


October 27, 1900. 
November 15, 1898. 


William S. Divan 

Jchn E. Cass 


Appointed March 1, 1895, until 
successor is elected and qual- 
ified 

Appointed March 28, 1895, until 




successor is elected and qual- 
ified. 



JUDGES OF CRIMINAL COURT IN OFFICE OCTO- 
BER 31, 1896. 



NAME. 


COUNTY. 


TERM EXPIRES. 


John Franklin McCray 


Marion 


November 15, 1898. 



CITY JUDGES IN OFFICE OCTOBER 31, 1896. 



NAME. 


CITY. 


TERM EXPIRES. 


Charles E. Cox 


Indianapolis .... 

Elwood 

Seymour 

Rlkhart 

Hammond 

Alexandria 

Valparaiso ... 


October 10, 1897. 


George W. Alford 

Absolem H. Hoover 

Joseph D. Arnold 


May 7. 1898. 
May 8, 1898. 
July 23, 1898. 
May 23, 1900. 


Jesse E. Beeson 


August 5, 1900. 


Tilghman A. Hogan 


September 7, 1900. 



84 



PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS IN OFFICE OCTOBER 

31, 1896. 



NAME. 



No. JUDICIAL 
CIRCUIT. 



TERM EXPIRES. 



Andrew J. Clark 

William Henning 

A. W . Funkhouser 

Edgar A. Howard . . . . 
Angus D. Vanosadal . , . . 
Francis M. Thompson . . . 

Rodman L. Davis 

George W. Young . . . . 

William H Shea 

John E.Edmondson . . . . 
James E. Kilroy 

John T. Goodman 

Henry C. Lewis 

Charles D Hunt . . . . . 

Joseph Williams 

T. fl. Campbell 

Roscoe E. Kirkman . . . . 
Charles Downing ...... 

Charles S.Wiltsie . . . . . 

Noah Laughrun 

Ele Stansburg 

Dumont Kennedy 

Charles E. Thompson . . . 
Linneus S. Baldwin . . . . 
Clarkson L. Hutchens J. . . 

Frank H. Snyder 

Lincoln Guynn 

JayA.Hindman 

Charles E. Hale 

James W. Doulhit 

Thomas H. Heard 

John C. Richter 

William A.Glatte 

Miles R. McClaskey . . . . 

A Eugene Davis 

William D. Davis 

Frank M. Smith 

Newton B. Doughman . . . 

Thomas B. Wiber 

James K. Houghton . . . . 

Thomas M. Honan 

Samuel H. Huston 

Bradford D. L. Glazebrook 
Nathaniel P. Claybaugh . 

Henry L. Hopping 

Howard Maxwell 

Elias Bundy 

Peter R. Wad.^worth . . . . 

Daniel W.Scanlan 

Joseph N.Tillet 

William C. Utz 

Frank E. Beach 

Lucius B. McKinley . . . . 

Otis E Gulley 

Edgar E. Kelsey 

William E. Cox 



First. 
Second . 
Third . . 
Fourth . 
Fifth . . 
Sixth 
Seventh . 
Eighth . 
Ninth . . 
Tenth . . 
Eleventh 



Twelfth 



Thirteenth 

Fourteenth 

Fifteenth . 

Sixteenth 

Seventeenth 

Eighteenth 



Nineteenth . . 
Twentieth . . . 
Twenty-first 
Twenty-second 
Twenty-third . 
Twenty- fourth 
Twenty-fifth . 
Twenty-sixth . 
Twenty-seventh 
Twenty-eighth 
Twenty-ninth . 
Thirtieth . . . 



Thirty-first . 
Thirty-second 
Thirty-third . 
Thirty- fourth 
Thirty-fifth . 
Thirty-sixth . 
Thirty-seventh 
Thirty-eighth 
Thirty-ninth 
Forty- first . 
Forty-secnnd 
Forty-third . 
Forty-tourth 
Forty-fifth . 
Forty-sixth 
Forty-seventh 
Forty-eithth 
Forty-ninth . 
Fiftieth . . . 
Fifty-first . 
Fi'ty-second 
Fifty- third 
Fi ty-fourth . 
Fitty-fifth . . 
Fifty-sixth 
Fifty-seventh 



October 22, 1897. 

November 17, 1896. 

November 17, 1896. 

November 17, 1896. 

October 22, 1897. 

November 15. 1896. 

November 17, 1896. 

November 17. 1896. 

October 22. 1897. 

October 22, 1897. 

Commissioned by appointment, 
March 26, 1895, to_ serve until 
next general election. 

Elected at special election held 
January 29, 1895, until next 
general election. 

November 17. 1896. 

October 29. 1897. 

April 7, 1898. 

November 17, 1896. 

November 17, 1896. 

Commissioned by appointment, 
August 21_, 1895, until next gen- 
eral election. 

November 17, 1896. 

November 17, 1896. 

November 17, 1896. 

November 17, 1896. 

November 7, 1897. 

November 17, 1896. 

November 17, 1896. 

November 17, 1896. 

November 17, 1896. 

November 17, 189H. 

November 17, 1896. 

Commissioned by appointment, 
March 30, 1895, until next gen- 
eral election. 

November 17, 1896. 

October 22, 1897. 

November 17, 1896. 

October 22, 1897. 

October 28, 1897. 

November 17, 1896. 

October 22, 1897. 

October 22, 1897. 

November 17, 1896. 

November 17. 1896. 

October 22, 1897. 

November 17,1896. 

November 17, 1896. 

November 14, 1896. 

November 15, 1896. 

November 17, 1896. 

October 28, 1897. 

November 17, 1896. 

November 12, 1896. 

November 17, 1896. 

November 14, 1896. 

October 22, 1897. 

November 17, 1896. 

November 17, 1896. 

JNovember 17,1896. 

November 17, 1896. 



Note.— Fortieth Judicial Circuit expired by limitation. 



85 



COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS FOR INDIANA RESI- 
DENT IN OTHER STATES. 



Commissioned by the Governor of the State of Indiana During 
the Fiscal Years Commencing November i, 1894., and Ending 
October 31, 1896. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


STATE. 


TERM EXPIRES. 


Mark A. Foote 

Silas S. Willard 

Joseph T. Harrison 

Charles Hall Adims 

W. H.Lyford . . 

James L. King. . .... 

R.H.Evans 

Eleazer Jackson 

Joseph B. Braman 

Samuel L.Taylor 

Murray Hanson 

Wirt E. Humphrey 

Edwin T. Corey 

Alford Mackay 

William H. Clarkson 

Livingston W.CleaveUnd. . 

William F.Robb 

Alfred Heales 

George H. Corey 

A.F. Sweetser 

Leo Schwab 

EllaF. Braman 

Henry Charles King 

George T.Knox 

Edward H.Cloud 


Chicago ... 
Chicago . . 
Cincinnati. . 
Boston'. . . . 
Chicago . . . 
San Francisco 
Washington . 
New York . 
New York . 
Philadelphia 
Baltimore. . 
Chieaeo . . 
New York . . 
New York . . 
New York 
New York . . 
Philadelphia 
London . . 
New York . 
Minneapolis. 
New York . . 
New York . . 
London 
San Francisco 
Philadelphia 




Illinois 

Illinois 

Ohio ... 
Massachusetts. . . 
Illinois . ... 
Calilornia ... 
Dist. of Columbia 

New York 

New York 

Pennfylvania 

Maryland 

Illinois .... 

New York 

New York 

New York 

New York .... 
Pennsylvania . 

England 

New York .... 

Minnesota 

New York .... 

New York 

England 

California . . 
Pennsylvania . . . 


November 16, 1898. 
November 17, 1898, 
December 28, 1898. 
January 3, 1S99. 
January 24, 1899. 
January 28,1899. 
January 30, 1899. 
March 9,1899. 
March 23, 1899. 
April 32, 181-9. 
May 9, 1899. 
June 1,1899. 
May 25, 1899. 
June 14, 1899. 
July 3, 1899. 
July 22, 1899. 
August 22. 1899. 
August 26, 1899. 
September 20, 1899. 
November 13,1899. 
December 13, 1899. 
January 27, 1900. 
July 1.3, 1900. 
July 29, 1900. 
October 12, 1900. 



COMMISSIONERS OF DEEDS FOR OTHER STATES 
RESIDING IN INDIANA. 



STATE. 


NAME. 


ADDRESS. 


Term Expires. 


England .... 

Georgia 

Michigan .... 

New York . . . 

Pennsylvania. 




H.C.King 

Joseph J.Dickinson. . . 
Lew A. Cassell. . . 

Charles W. Fish 

George E. Hume .... 

Isaac B. Garvey 

Edward H. Cloud . . 


London . . . 
Richmond . . 
Fairmount. . 
Elkhart . . . 
Indianapolis 
New York ■ 
Philadelphia 






July 13, 1900. 
January 1,1897. 
Sep ember 16, 1897. 

August — , 

August 4, 1900. 
November 27. 1900. 
October 12, 1900. 



None for other States. 



86 



TRADE MARKS AND LABELS REGISTERED. 



November 1, 18H, to October SI, 1896. 



When Filed. 



"A Splitting Headache"— Trade Mark -Dr. Kilmer & Co., South Bend . 
"Arm & Hammer"— Thos. Strong Baking Powder-Label— The Russ Co., 

South Bend .... • ■; \, ■, 

Board of School Commissioners, of Indianapolis— Trade Mark 

"Bursley's Blend"— Trade Mark- G. E. Bursley & Co 

Bursley (G. E.) & Co.— Wrapper 

Boot and Shoe Workers' Union, Boston, Mass.— Trade Mark 

"Cocoa Balm"— Trade Mark 

"Cracker Jack"— Label and Trade Mark 

"Celery Vesce"— Trade Mark— Century Chemical Co 

Custom Taylors' Union— Label 

"Ditto"— Trade Mark— Harms & Springsteen ... . . 

"Hazeline"— Trade Mark 

"Hitz Quaker Bread"— Trade Mark 

"Hoosier"— Trade Mark and Label 

"floosier Belle"— Trade Mark and Label 

"Indianapolis Public School Tablet"— Trade Mark 

International Typographical Union— Trade Mark 

Indianapolis Brewing Co.— Trade Marks 

Leyman's Diphtheria and Sore Throat Remedy— Trado Mark 

"Lotus Blossom" — Trade Mark . . ■ 

"Little Ham" Sugar Cured Coffee— Trade Mark 

"Mountain Dew"— Trade Mark . . • 

National Tobacco Workers' Union of America— Trade Mark and Label . 

"Permanora"— Trade Mark— Crescent Chemical Co 

"Rub-no-More"— Trade Mark and Label— Summit City Soap Works, 

Gustave E. Berghoff, Proprietor, Fort Wayne, Ind 

"Russ's Surprise"— Trade Mark 

United Garment Works of America— Label . . . 

Union Beer— Trade Mark— National Union of United Brewery Workmen 
"Yale University Grand"- Trade Mark— B. Shoninger Co 



July 17, 1895, 

March 18, 1896. 
March 8, 1895. 
April 2, 1895. 
April 2, 1895. 
March 4, 1896. 
April 1, 1895. 
May 20. 1895. 
June 18,1895. 
June 11, 1896. 
February 4, 1895. 
December 6, 1894. 
Nov'mb'rl5,1895. 
February 15, 1896. 
February 15. 1893. 
March 8, 1895. 
March 9. 1896. 
July 24, 1896. 
December 19,1894. 
May 21, 1895. 
Nov'mb'rl0,1896. 
February 15, 1895. 
December 13, 1895. 
June 18, 1895. 

July 29, 1895. 
December 22. 1894. 
October 11, 1895. 
May 23, 1896. 
March 4, 1896. 



87 



SYNOPSIS OF PROCLAMATIONS BY THE GOVERNOR 

For the Two Years Commencing November 1, ISO^-, and Ending 

October 31, 1896. 



On November 9, 1894, a proclamation by Governor Claude 
Matthews, designating Thursday, November 29, 1894, as a day 
of thanksgiving and prayer. 

On January 11, 1895, a proclamation by Governor Claude 
Matthews, ordering a special election to be held on January 29, 
1895, in the County of Knox, for the election of a prosecuting 
attorney for the Twelfth Judicial Circuit, made necessary by 
tie vote for this office at the general election held November 
6, 1894. 

On February 2, 1895, a proclamation by Governor Claude 
Matthews, ordering a special election in the counties of Wa- 
bash and Kosciusko, to be held on February 19, 1895, for the 
election of a State Senator to fill the vacancy caused by the 
death of Hon. John B. Thayer. 

On July 1, 1895, a proclamation by Governor Claude Mat- 
thews, announcing the 28th of June, 1895, as the date of the 
taking effect of the Acts of the Fifty-ninth regular session of 
the General Assembly of the State of Indiana. (Filed in the 
office of the Secretary of State without the usual request for the 
seal and attestation of the Secretary of State.) 

On November 12, 1895, a proclamation by Governor Claude 
Matthews, designating Thursday November 28, 1895, as a day 
of thanksgiving and prayer. 

On August 31, 1896, a proclamation by Governor Claude 
Matthews, proclaiming the contracts for school books entered 
into by the State Board of Education with certain publishers, 
on June 29, 1896. 



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ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION. 



Railroads— From November 1, 1894., to October 31, 1896. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Chicago, Lake Shore & Eastern Railway Company— Articles of Asso- 
ciation .... .... ... 

Chicago, Lake Shore & Eastern Railway Company— Certificate of Full 
PHyment of Stock 

Cleveland, Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis Railway Company— Rail- 
road Equipment Contf-act ... 

Chicago, Indianapolis & Chattanooga Southern Railway— Ceitificate 
of Full Payment of Stock . . . . _ 

Chicago, Union City & Cincinnati Railway— Certificate of Extension 
of Line . . .... . . .... 

Chicaso & South Bend Railway Company— Railroad Equipment Con- 
tract ... . . 

Chicago & Eastern Railroad Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Chicago, Blufi'ton & Cincinnati Railway Company— Articles of Incor- 
poration . . . . 

Capital Lateral Railroad Company — Articles of Incorporation . . 

Decatur <fe Eastern Railvsray Company, and Indiana. I>ecatur & 
We.'^tern Railway Company, forming Indiana, Decatur & Western 
Railway Company— Articles ot Consolidation 

Eastern Indiana Railroad Company — Articles of Incorporation . . 

Elkhart & Michigan Railroad Company— Articles of Incorporation . 

East Chicago Rnlroad Company — Articles of Incorporation . . 

Findlay, Port Wayne & Western Riilway CompHny — Articles of 
Consolidation between the Ohio Railway Company and the Fort 
Wayne & Eastern Railroad Company . 

Fort vVayne & Eastern Railroad Company- Profile 

Grand Rapids & Indiana Railway Company of Indiana— Articles of 
Incorporation ...... .... 

Hammond k Blue Island Railway Company of Indiana— Articles of 
AssnciUion ... 

Huntington, Columbia City & Ligonier Electric Company -Articles 
of Assiiciation ... ... 

Highland Railroad Company— Articles of Association 

Hammond, Whiting & East Chicago Electric Railway Company- 
Increase of Capital Stock . . . . . 

Indianapolis, Greenwood & Franklin Railroad Company — Articles 
of Association . . . ...... 

Indiana Central Railway Company— Articles of Association . . 

Indianapolis, Anderson & Marion Railway Company— Articles of 
Incorporation . . . ..... 

Indiana, Decatur & Western Railway Company, and Decatur & 
Eastern Railway Company, forming the Indiana, Decatur & West- 
ern Riilway Company — Articles of Consolidation .... 

Indiina Central Railroad Company (The) — Articles of Incorporation 

Indiana Central Railroad Company — Increase of Capital Stock . . . 

Indiana Mineral Railroad Company (The) — Articles of Incorporation 

Indianapolis k Northeastern Railroad Company Amendment 

Indiana Inter-Urban Railroad Company (The)— Articles of Incorpo- 
ration . . 

Indiana Mineral Railroad Company— Amendment . _. .... 

Indiana Central Railroad Company— Increase of Capital Stock . . . 

Madison County Belt Railway Company— Articles of Association . . 

Madison Light and Railway Company— Articles of Incorporation . 

Terre Haute_ & Mississippi River Railway Company— Articles of 
Incorporation . 

Union City, Richmond & Lawrenceburg Railway Company— Articles 
of Incorporation . 

Winona Railroad Company— Articles of Association 

Western Indiana Railway Company— Profile and Map 



April 9, 1895. 

May 8, 1895. 

August 2, 1895. 

August 16, 1895. 

September 17, 1895. 

October 4. 1S95. 
June 12, 1896. 

November 23, 1896. 
November 24, 1896. 



July 18, 1895. 
November?, 1895. 
June 15, 1896. 
May 16, 1896. 



November 8, 1894. 
December 15, 1894. 

July 13, 1896. 

June 10, 1895. 

September 21, 1895. 
November 9, 1895. 

Augusts, 1896. 

November 12,1894. 
April 11, 1895. 

May 29, 1895. 



July 18, 1895. 
August 29, 1895. 
September 6. 1895. 
October 31, 1895. 
December 10, 1895. 

January 27, 1896. 
April 16, 1896. 
July 1, 1896. 
January 3, 1895. 
.July 25, 1895. 

October 9, 1895. 

April 4, 1895. 
March 16. 1895. 
October 14, 1896. 



101 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION. 



Manufaeturivg, Mining, Banking, Real Estate, Insurance, etc., 
from November 1, 1894., to October 31, 1896. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Adjustable Shade Hanger Manufacturing Company— Articles of In- 
corporation 

Advertising and Station Indicator Company— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 

A. H Brown Clothing Company— Articles of Association 

Ashley Hotel Company— Articles of Association 

Akron Oil Company — Articles of Association 

Alluminum Alloy Metal Works — Articles of Association . ■ . . 

American Fence Company, of Dayton, Ohio — Articles of Incorpora- 
tion ... 

Allen Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Artificial Ice and Cold Storage Company— Increase of Capital Stock 

Advance Manufacturing Company— Certificate of Change of Stock . . 

Anderson Safe and Lock Company— Articles of Incorporation , . . 

Attica Handle Company— Articles ot Incorporation 

Assembly (The)— Articles of Association 

Automatic Mine Door Company— Articles of Association . . 

Advance Manufacturing Company— Certificate of Preferred Stock . . 

A. L Johnson Lumber Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Ashley Furniture Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Acme Cycle Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Albambra Club, No. 1, of Indiana— Articles of Incorporaton 

Anchor Veneer Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Atlas Engine Works— CertificAte of Issuance of Preferred Stock . ■ 

Alharabra Club No. 3— Articles of Incorporation 

American Tribune Publishing Company— Articles of Incorporation, 

Alhambra Club No. 4— Articles of Incorporation 

Atlica Power Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Alexandria Water Works — Articles of Incorporaiion . _ 

Aylesnorth Elevator Company — Articles of Incorporation 

American Plnte Gliiss Company — Articles of Incorporation 

American (The) Match Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Albion (The) Water Company — Articles of Incorpornlion 

Attic I (The) Bridge and Iron Company— Articles of Incorporation . 

American (The) Furniture Company— Amendment of Articles . . . . 

American (The) Truss Fence Company— Articles of Incorporation . 

American _( The) Buncher Manutactiiring Company— Articles of In- 
corporation . 

American Benevolent Association of General Assembly— Articles of 
Incorporation . 

Albiny Manufacturing Company— Aricles of Incorporation 

Anderson Loan Association— Increase of Capital Stock 

Aurora Tool Works — Issuance of Preferred btock 

Auburn Improvement Association — Articles of Incorporation . . 

Americ in Building and Loan Association — Increase of Capital Stock 

Alexandria Ice and Cold Storage Company— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion ... 

Anchor Paving Company— Articles of Incorporation .... 

American Building and Loan Association— Increase of Capital Stock 

^tna Powder Co. — Increase of Capital Stock . . 

American Co-Operative Association, Limited — Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 



Amerlcin-Union Savings Association — Articles of Incorporation . . 

Albany State Bank, Articles of Incorporation . 

American Loan and Savings Society— Articles of Incorporation . . 
American Association of Medical and Surgical Specialists— Articles 

of Incorpomtion . . .... . . . 

Anchor Building and Loan Association — Articles of Incorporation 

Acme Sickle Grinder Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Acme Oil and Supply Co.— Articles of Inforporation 

Allree (The .J. B.) Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Anderson Normal University— Articles of Incorporation 

Ayres (L. S) Company— Articles of Incorporation . 

American Hominy Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

..^tna Savings and Loan Association— Increase of Capital Stock . . . 



November 17, 1894. 

December 13, 1894. 
December 26, 1894. 
January 29,1895. 
February 9, 1H95. 
February 19, 1895. 

February 27. 1895. 
March 14, 1895. 
March 19, 1895. 
March 19. 1895. 
March 29, 1895. 
April 11,1895. 
April 20,1895. 
April 30, 1895. 
June 7, 1895. 
June 12, 1895. 
June 28, 1895. 
July 1,1895. 
July 11, 1895. 
July 15. 1895. 
July 17, 1895. 
July 19.1895. 
July 29, 1895. 
August 2, 1895. 
August 5, 1895. 
August 9, 18H5. 
August 12, 1895. 
August 20, 18^5. 
September 7, 1895. 
Septembers. 1895. 
Sei.tember 18, 1895. 
October 1, 1895. 
October 7, 1895. 

October 31, 1895. 

November 14, 1895. 
December 12,1895. 
January 3, 1896. 
January 3, 1890. 
January 10. 1896. 
January 28, 1896. 

February 1. 1898. 
Februiryl4,l896. 
February 18, 18v6. 
February 28, 1896. 

March 10, 1896. 
March 31, 1896. 
April 17. 1896. 
April 18. 1896. 

April 22, 1896. 
April 23, 1896. 
April 27, 1896. 
May 1, 1896. 
May 4, 1896. 
May 23, 1896. 
May 26, 1896. 
June 3, 1896. 
June 6, 1896. 



102 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OP COxMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Amatlan Mining and Milling Co. — Articles of Incorporation 

AfKos Hook u'ompany — Articles of Incorporation . . ._ 

American Association Physicians and Surgeons— Articles of Incor- 
poration . 

Abbermarle Club Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

American Co-Operative Association — Increase of Capital Stock . . . 

Ancient Order of Uruids — Articles of Incorporation 

Auburn Telephone Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Aneshaensel (W.) Company— Articles of Incorporation 

AmesTreeCompanv— Articles of Incorporation 

Anderson Bifycle Wheel Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Alexandria Manufacturing and Foundry Company — Articles of In- 
corporation ■ • . 

Ascalon Lodge. No. 155, K. of P.— Articles of Incorporation 

Bourbon MilJiog Company— Articles of Association 

Butler Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Bedford Indiana Stone Company— Articles of Association 

Beveridge Paper Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Boswell Hardware and Improvement Co.— Articles of Association . . 

Brotherhood of Painters and Decorators of America— Articles of As- 
sociation 

Brazil Telephone Company— Articles of Association '. 

Brown (The A. H.) Clothing Company— Articles of Association. . . . 

BlufiFton Telephone Company, Limited, of Bluffton, Ind.— Articles of 
Association 

Blackford Canning Company — Articles of Association 

Brown Strawbinder Company— Articles of Association 

Babcock Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Bellevue Land and Improvement Company — Articles of Association 

Brown-Woelz Company— Articles of Association 

Born (Samuel) Company— Articles of Incorporation. . , 

Bellis Cycle Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Brookville Telephone Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Broad Ripple Boating Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Bloomington Telephone Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Bundy Hotel Company— Articles of Association. ... 

Big Deal Oil and Gas Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Boswell Lumber Company— Increase of Capital Stock 

Batesville and Oldenburg Railroad and Electric Company— Articles 
of Incorporation . ■ ■ . 

Bellis Cycle Company— Increase of Capital Stock 

Bedford Portland Cement Company — Articles of incorporation. . . . 

Bible School — Articles of Association . , 

Beethoven Singing Society— Articles of Association 

Butler Company— Increase of Capitnl Stock 

Bryant (J. W.) Company— Certificate of Amendment 

Bedford Stone Mill Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Banta (The) Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Broad Ripple Auditorium Association— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Byram Oil Compmy— Articles ot Incorporation 

Blnominffton National Savings and Loan Association— Increase of 

' Capital Stock . . . . 

Bright (The) Light Oil Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Baltes (The) Land, Stone and Oil CompHny— Articles of Incorporation 

Boonville Lodge, No. 64, Knights of Pythias- Articles of Incorpora- 



tion 



Ben. Haines Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Bloomington (The) Creamery Company— Articles of Incorporation. . 

Bellis Cvcle Company— Increase of Capital Stock . 

Bishop Furniture Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Bank (The) of (Geneva— Articles of Incorporation 

Belleview (The) Natural Gas and Oil Company— Articles of Incor- 
poration . . . 

Brazil (The) Mercantile and Produce Company — Articles of Incorpo- 
ration . 

Bank of Redkey— Articles of Incorporation 

Bedford Portland Cement Company— Reduction of Capital Stock. . . 

Bank ot Geneva— Certificate of Payment of 50 per cent . . . , . . 

Bohannnn (The J. II. > Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Beacon Lodge, No. 170. Knights of Pythias— ArticH.s of Incorporation 

Beleian (The) Social Club— Articles of Incorporation 

Bank of Redkey— CertificHte of Payment of 50 per cent 

Berlin (Th«> Oil, Gas and Water Company- Articles of Incorporation 

Buckeye (The) Fence Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Brookside (The) Cemetery Association of Lapel, Ind.— Articles of In- 
corporation 



May 27, 1896. 
June 11, 1896. 

June 12, 1896. 
May 20, 1896. 
July 27. 1896. 
July 16, 1896. 
August 1, 1896. 
August 3, 1^96. 
August 6. 1896. 
August 11, 1896. 

September 25, 1896. 
October 17, 1896. 
November 7, 1894. 
November 13,1894. 
November 17, 1894. 
November 27,1894. 
December 3, 1894, 

December 7. 1894. 
December 21, 1894. 
December 26, 1894. 

December 28, 1894. 
December 31, 1894. 
Januarys, 1895. 
January 16, 1895. 
January 17, 1895. 
February 1,1895. 
February 27, 1895. 
February 28. 1895. 
March 7, 1895. 
April 8, 1895. 
April 23,1895. 
April 29. 1895. 
May 13, 1895. 
May 21, 1895. 



June 5, 
June 19 
June 28, 
June 28 
July 12 
July 31, 
August 
August 
August 
August 
August 



1895. 
, 1895. 
1895. 
, 1895. 
1895. 
1895. 
8,1895. 
16, 1895. 
17, 1895. 
17, 1895. 
23. 1895. 



August 24, 1895. 
August 24, 1895. 
August 26, 1895. 

September?, 1895. 
September 19; 1895. 
Octobers, 1895. 
October 4, 1895. 
October 5, 1895. 
October 12, 1895. 

October 16, 1895. 

October 21, 1895. 
November 11, 1895. 
November 12, 1895. 
November 13, 1895. 
November 13, 1895. 
November 13,1895. 
November 14, 18vt5. 
November 18, 1895. 
November 23, 1895. 
December 21, 1895. 

January 11, 1896. 



103 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Buckeye (The) Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorporation . 

Badeer Furniture Company— Article" o! Incorporation 

Blackford County Bank— Increase of Capital otock 

Boonyille Water Works Company — A'ticles of Incorporation . . . . 

Bank ot Brookston (Incorporated)— Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Burns (.J. 0.) Cycle Company— Articles of Incorporation _ ... 

Brown (The Calvin C.) Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Blaekburu (Thei Hernia Cure Company— Articles of Incorporation . 

Benton Box and Lumber Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Banta Manufacturing Co —Increase of Capital Stock . 

Boonville Fair Associiition— Articles of Incorporation 

Beehive Poper Box Company— Artncles of Incorporation . . 

Bicknell (The) Building and Loan Association — Articles of Incorpo- 
ration ... 

Byrsm Oil Company -Amendment 

Brazil Mining Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Blue Ridge Telephone Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Blue Flame Oil Burner Co.— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Brazil (The) Uas, Oil and Mineral Co — Articles of Incorporation . . 

Brown-Ket"htm Iron Works— Increase ot Cnpital Stock 

Bulletin Printing and Manufacturing Company — Articles of Incor- 
poration . . ... 

Big Sandy (The) Oil Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Blue OJrass (The) Milk and Grocery Co. — Articles of Incorporation . 

Broad Kipple Amusement and Refreshment Company— Articles of 
Incorporation ... ... 

Blish Estate (The)— Articles of Incorporation 

Bolens Stwtionery Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Beck Oil Co.— Articles of Incorporation .... 

Business Men's Uriving Club— Ar'icles of Incorporation 

Boyd, Besten <fe Langen Co. — Articles of Incorpuration 

Bowen C irriaee Mai ufacturing Co.— Articles of Incrporation . . . 

Berne Oil Co. of Berne, Ind.— Articles of Incorporation 

Broad Hippie Oil and Oas Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Butler Company-Increase of Capital Stock 

Big Sandy Oil Co. — Increase of Capitnl Stock 

City Chemical Company — Articles ot Incorporation 

Citizens' Electric Light and Power Co.— Articles of Association . . . 

Columbia Company — Articles of Association 

Cjimax Baking Powder Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Citizens' Light and Power Company (Sullivan, Ind.).— Articles of 
Incorporation .... 

Connersville (Jas and Electric Co.— Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Crystal Ice Company — Articles of Incorporation ..... 

Consolidated Stone Company— Articles of Association . . 

Century Cycle Manufacturing Company — Increase of Capital Stock . 

Ceiitral Rubber and Supply Co. — Articles of Association 

Citizens' Oas Company (Milroy, Ind.)— Article^ of Association . . 

Citizens' Serial Building and Loan Association— Articles of Associa- 
tion ... ... 

Carnahan (The W. L.) Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Columbia Milling Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Citizens' Oil Burner Company of North Vernon, Ind.— Articles of 
Association ... 

Citizens' Oil Burner Company of Lawrenceburg, Ind.— Articles of 
Association . . 

Church of Christ (Scientist), of Logansport, Ind.— Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Columbian Relief Fund Society of Indianapolis, Ind.— Articles of 
Association . . . 

C. Fassnacht Lumber Co.— Articles of Association 

Conrey & Birely Table Co.— Increase of Capital Stock . . 

Citizens' Natural Gas. Oil and Water Company ot CJreenfield, Ind — 
Increase of Capital Stock 

Columbian Benefit Association — Articles of Association 

Courier Company— Articles of Association . . 

Citizens' Natural (Jas Oo. (Shideler, Ind.)— Articles of Association . 

Cereal Distilling Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Centaur Novelty Manufacturing Co. — Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Commei;cial Club of Noblesville, Ind.— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Columbia Manufacturing Company — Articles of Incorporation . . 

Cambridge City Electric Light Company— Articles of Association . . 

Cheohee Minitig Company— Articles of Incorporation 

E. H. Parker Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Crothersvjlle Canning Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Central Silica Company— Articles of Incorporation 



January 17.1896. 
January 17, 1896. 
January 2ii, 1896. 
January 20, 189i. 
January 24, 1896. 
January 28, 1896. 
February 13, 1896. 
February 18. 1896. 
February 21, 1896. 
February 21, 1896. 
February 21,1896. 
February 21, lh96. 

February 22, 1896. 
March 5, 1896. 
March 11,1896. 
March 12, 1896. 
April 7,1896. 
Apiil 10,1896. 
April 16, 1896. 

April 22, 1896. 
April 23, 1896. 
April 24, 1896. 

A pril 28, 1896. 
May 5, 1898. 
May 16, 1896. 
May 16, 1^96. 
May 2.'S, 1896. 
May 29. 1896. 
Augu- til, 1896. 
August 20, 1896. 
October 8, 1896. 
October 21, 1896. 
October 28, 1896. 
November 3, 1894. 
November -5.1894. 
November 8,1894. 
November 10. 1894. 

November 20, 1894. 
November 30. 1894. 
December 4,1894. 
December 4, 1894. 
December 8,1894. 
DecrmberlO, 1894. 
December 12, 1894. 

December 12, 1894. 
December 20, 1894. 
December 27, 1894. 

December 28,1894. 

January 14, 1895. 

January 28, 1895. 

January 30. 1895. 
February 1, 1895. 
February 7, 1895. 



February 
February 
February 
February 
February 
February 
February 
February 
February 
February 
March 12, 
March 13, 
March 13, 



11, 1895. 
15, 1895. 
15. 1895. 
16. 1895. 
21, 1895. 
23, 1895. 
23, 1895. 
26, 1895. 
27, 1895. 
28. 1895. 
1895. 
1895. 
1895. 



104 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Citizens' Gas and Mining Company of Elwood, Ind.— Amendment . 

Carpenter-Caldwell Company- Articles of Incorporation 

Clermont Detective Agency— Articles of Association . ._. . . 

Citizens' Building and Loan Association of Haubstadt, Gibson 
County, Indiana— Articles of Association . _. 

Commercial State Bank — Articles of Association 

Citizens' Canoing Co.— Articles of Association 

Clark & Stewart Klaning Mill Company and Basket Factory— Articles 
of Incorporation ■.• 

Crownland Cemetery Association— Articles of Association 

Columbus Business University and Mormal College— Articles of 
Incorporation ........ ... 

Centilevre Gas and Oil Company— Articles of Incorporation .... 

Clay City Block Coal Company— Articles of Association ... 

Cabinet Makers' Building and Loan Association — Articles of Asso- 
ciation 

Crown Brewirg Company— Articles of Association 

Citizens' Telephone Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Columbian Laundry and Dyeing Company— Articles of Association . 

Citizens' Bank of Portland— Articles of Association 

Central Loan Association— Articles of Association -. 

Central Kneipp As.'ociation. Branch No. 1— Articles of Incorporation 

Climax Stone Company — Articles of Association ' . 

Commercial Electric Light Company (Columbus)— Increase of Capital 
Stock . . 

City Drug Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Central Elevator Company — Articles of Incorporation ■ • 

Columbus Handle Company, change of name to Columbus Handle 
and Tool Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Central Oil and Gas Company of Parker City, Randolph Co., Ind. — 
Articles of Association . . ... 

C- L. Centlivre Brewing Co. — Articles of Incorporation 

Clover Leaf Oil and Gas Co.— Articles of Association 

Citizens' Biink of Portland— Certificate of Paid-Up Stock 

Cyclers' Club— Certificate of Incorporation 

Citizens' Electric Company — Certificate of Incorporation 

Carpenter Paper Company— Certificate of Incorporation 

Crown Cycle Company, Laporte, Ind.— Certificate of Incorporation . 

Conkle, Beard <& Co.— Certificate of Incorporation . 

Columbian Sickle Grinding Company— Certificate of Incorporation . 

Cosmopolitan Death Club— Certificate of Incorporation 

Connersville Electric Light Company— Certificate of Incorporation . 

Connersville Axle Company — Certificate of Incorporation ...... 

Cannelton (The) Chair Compqny—Articles of Incorporation 

Chicago Oil Company — Articles of Incorporation . • . . . 

Clinton County Hedge and Wire Fence Company— Articles of Incor- 
poration . . 

Cannelton (The) State Bank— Artic-les of Incorporation 

Columbia Stove and Range Company of Cicero, Ind. — Articles of 
Incorporation .... 

Cyclers' Club— Amendment to Articles , . 

Comet (The) Oil Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Cannelton State Bank— Certificate of Payment of Stock 

Criterion Lodge, No. 125, Knights of Pythias— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion .... ... 

Crown Point (The) Water Works— Articles of Incorporation 

Church (The) of God— Articles of Incorporation 

Consumers' Paper Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Commercial Bank of Crown Point, Ind.— Articles of Incorporation . 

Citizens' Gas and Fuel Company— Certificate of Increase of Capital 
Stock . . . . 

Church (The) of Christ- Articles of Incorporation ... . . . 

Chemical (The) and Compounding Co —Articles of Incorporation . . 

Crescent Loan and Investment Company of Indiana — Articles of 
Incorporation . . . 

Commercial Building and Loan Association— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion . . 

Citizens' (The) Gas and Oil Company of Farmland, Ind.— Articles of 
Incorporation 

Capital Lumber Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Commercial Bank of Crown Point— Certificate of Payment of 50 
per cpnt . 

Clay City Electric Light Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Columbus (The) Br^ss and Iron Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Carthage (The) Mutual Investment Co. —Articles of Incorporation . . 



March 15, 1895. 
March 16, 1S95. 
March 16, 1895. 

March 19, 1895, 
April 2,1895. 
April 2,1895. 

April 6,1895. 
April 22, 1895. 

May 2,1895. 
May 7,1895. 
May 10, 1895. 



May 11, 
May 13, 
May 14, 
May 17, 
May 22, 
May 24, 
May 25, 
June 1, 



1895. 
1895. 
1895. 
1895. 
1895. 
1895. 
1895. 
, 1895. 



.Tune 11, 1895. 
.June 12, 1895. 
June 12, 1895. 

June 20, 1895. 

June 22, 1895. 
June 24, 1895. 
June 26, 1895. 
June 27, 1895. 
June 28, 1895. 
July 1,1895. 
July 1,1895. 
July 2,1895. 
July 11, 1895, 
.luly 15,1895. 
July 19, 1895. 
August 5, 1895. 
August 9, 1895. 
September 6,1895. 
September 11, 1895. 

September 11, 1895. 
September 13, 1895, 

September 14, 1895, 
September 17, 1895. 
September 20, 1895. 
Septembers, 1895, 

September 27, 1895, 
October 9,1895, 
October 9,1895, 
Octoher 11, 1895. 
October 17, 1895. 

October 17, 1895. 
October 26, 1895. 
October 3), 1895. 

October 31, 1895. 

November 1,1895. 

November 2,1895. 
November 6,1895. 

November 12, 1895. 
November 9,1895, 
November 12, 1895. 
November 13, 1895, 



105 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filbd. 



Central (The) Sewer Association of Shelbyville, InJ.— Articles of 
Incorporation 

Central Car Trust Company and Commerce Dispatch Company— 
Riiilroad Equipment Contract ... 

Citizens' Building and Loan Association, No. 7, North "Vernon— In- 
crease of Capital Stock 

Columbia Building, Loan and Savings Association— Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Citizens' (The) Mutual Building and Loan Association of Indiana- 
Articles of Incorporatinn 

Castle Hall Associ ition, Knights of Pythias— Amendment 

Crawford (The) County Telephone Co.— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Corus (The) Fence and Foundry Company— Articles of Incorporation. 

Company A. Hibernian Rifles of Indianapolis, Ind. — Articles of In- 
corporation 

Commercial Electric Company— Increase of Capital Stock 

C. H. Habich (The) Company— Articles of Incorporation . 

Columbia City Oil Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Calvin C. Brown Co. (The)— Articles of Incorporation 

Carthage Building, Loan and Savings Association — Articles of Incor- 
poration . . ■ . 

Citizens' Improvement Company of Evansville, Ind.— Articles of In- 
corporation . . .. . . 

Co-operative Building and Loan Association— Increase of Capital 
Stock. ... 

Capital Live Stock Commission Company, (The)— Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Centennial Milling Co.— Articles of Incorporation . 

Columbia Encaustic Tile Company (The)— Issuance of Preferred 
Stock. . . 

Capital Oil Co. (Thel—Articles of Incorporation 

Cayuga Lodge No. 390, Knights of Pythias— Articles of Association . . 

Cicero Heat, Light and Power Co. — Articles of Incorporation 

Citizens' Natural (Jas and Oil Co.— Articles (.f Incorporation 

Cannelton Building and Loan— Articles of Incorporation 

Crown Point Telephone Co, (The)— Articles of Incorporation 

Corbin Milling Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Chester Oil Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Carroll Telephone Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Catholic Columbian League of Indiana — Articles of Incorporation . . 

Citizens' Telephone Co. of Edinburg— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Capital City Club of Indianapolis-Articles of Incorporation 

Citizens' Loan and Trust Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Cullaton (M.) & C!o.— Articles of Incorporation 

Citizens' Building Association— Articles of Incorporation 

Capital Building and Loan Association— Change of name from New 
Jersey Street Building and Loan Association 

Criterion Manufacturing Company — Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Citizens' Natural (Jas, Oil and Water Company of Shelbyville, Ind.— 
Reduction of Capital Stock . . 

Cycle Equipment Company— Articles of Incorporation . ....... 

Combination Lock and Gear Company — Articles of Incorporation . . 

Citizens' Savings and Loan Association No. 3— Articles of Incorpo- 
ration 

Carlisle Building, Savings and Loan Association — Articles of Incor- 
poration ... .... 

Colonial Dames of America in the State of Indiana (The)— Articles of 
Incorporation ... 

Coates Manufacturing Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Commercial Club of Elwood— Articles of Incorporation 

Commercial Building and Loan Association— Articles of Ineorporft- 
tion ... . 

Coddington <fe Lewis Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Capital City Cycling Club — Articles of Incorporation 

Chicago Horse Shoe Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Citizens' Indemnifying Guaranty and Collecting Association of In- 
diana — Articles of Incorporation .... 

Clark County Fair Association— Articles of Incorporation 

Clara Schuman Ladies' Orchestra — Articles of Association 

Capital Life Insurance Company— Articles of Association 

Clark Gas and Oil Company— Articles of Association 

Central University — Articles of Incorporation 

Chicago Shoe Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Central Fuel Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Culver Military Academy— Articles of Incorporation . ........ 



November 18, 1895, 

December 12, 1895. 

December 20, 1895. 

December 26, 1895. 

January 3, 1896. 
January 3, 1896. 
January 6, 1896. 
January 13, 1896. 

January 21, 1896. 
January 24,1896. 
January 29, 1896. 
February 10, 1896. 
February 13, 1896. 

February 25, 1896. 

March 2, 1896. 

March 5,1896. 

March 5, 1896. 
March 11, 1896. 

March 11,1896. 
March 14, 1896. 
March 18, 1896. 
March 20, 1^96. 
March 20, 1896. 
March 24, 1896. 
April 6,1896. 
April 7, 1896. 
April 9,1896. 
April 14, 1896. 
April 23,1896. 
April 30, 1896. 
May 1,1896. 
May 2,1896. 
May 5,1896. 
May 6,1896. 

May 16, 1896. 
May 26, 1896. 

May 28, 1896. 
June 2,1896. 
June 13, 1896. 

June 29, 1896. 

July 1,1896. 

July 7,1896. 
July 9, 1896. 
July 17, 1896. 

July 23, 1896. 
July 29, 1896. 
August 3, 1896. 
August 13, 1896. 

August 15, 1896. 
August 20, 1896. 
September 9,1896. 
September 14, 1896. 
September 16, 1896. 
September 23. 1896. 
October 3,1896. 
October 26, 1896. 
October 30, 1896. 



106 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Dragon Natural Gas and Oil Company— Articles of Association . . . 

Daleville Shoe Company— Articles ol IncorporHtion 

Democratic Press Company— Articles of Association 

Diam md Paper CompHny— Articles ot Association 

Dickinson Gas and oil Comp my —Articles of Incorporation 

Drummer Oil Company— Articles of incorporation _ 

Dwiggins Wire Fence Company— Articles oi Incorporation 

Diamond Real Estate Ciimpany— Articles ot Incorporaiion. . . . . . 

Dayton Cannioi; and Packing Company— Articles ot Incorporation . 

Decatur Water Works Company— Ai tides of Incorporation . . . . 

Decatur Water Works Company— Rtduction ot Capital Stock . . . . 

Dryer & B;issftt Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Diamond Oil Company— Articles of Inci.rporation . ._ 

Decatur Investment Company — Articles ot Incorporation 

Decker Coillloop Ciimpany— Articles of Incorporation 

Depauw Athletic Ass iciatinn— Articles ot Incorporation 

Delphi Mineral Springs Compmy— Articles of Incorporation 

Delta Oil Company(lhe)— Articles of Incorporation 

Deiiz ( f he Fred) Company — Articles ot Incorporation 

Delphi Commercial Club-Articles of Incorp)ration 

Door of Hope Rescue Ht me— Articles ot incorporation .' 

DeHority-Hcck Company— Articles of Incorporation _ 

Dorner ( F.) & Sons Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Dwiireins Wire Fe ce Company— Keduction of Capital Stock. . . . 

Dunkirk Locomotive and Car Repair Co.— Articles ot Incorporation . 

Daughters of Charity, No. 1— Articles of Association 

Dousrlass-Clark Company— Articles ot A s>50ciation. ._ 

Dunkirk Window Glxss Company— Arti'les (if Association . . 

Deming ( I he ) and Thompson Lumber Co.— Articles of Association. . 

Dunkirk Electric Light and Power Co —Articles of Association. . . . 

Darmody-Morrison Comptny — Articles of Association. 

Decatur Oil Company— Articles of Association * . . . 

D^iiher Lumber Company (The) -Articles of Association 

Diamond Oil Company— Articles of Association . . . . . . 

Dubois Oounty Tel' phone Company — Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Davis Manufacturing I'ompany—Anicles of Incorporation 

Dickinson Loan Co of Richmond, Ind.— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Ehnnann Coal Company — Articles of Association 

K. W. Walker & Stutz Company— Articles of Ii. corporation 

Excel>ior Clay Works— Articles <'f Associiition 

Elwood Tin PI ite Company —Articles ot Incorporation 

h Ikhart Telephone Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Englevpood Co-operative Gas Company of Muneie, Ind.— Articles of 
Incorporation . 

Evansville Furniture Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Eagle (Lib of Greenfield, Ind. — Articles of Association 

El wood Radiator Company— Articles of Association ..... 

Equitable Building, Loan and Savings Association — Increase of Cap- 
ital Sinck 

Evansville Drug Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Eureka Lumber Company— Articles of /Association 

Elwood Gun I'lub— Articles of Association. 

Earl Park Elevator and File Company— Articles of Incorporation . 

Enterprise Improvement Company, of Llwood, Ind.— Articles of As- 
sociation . . . . . . . 

Eastern Indiana Oil Company— Articles of Incorporation. _ . . . . 

Elwood Box and FurnitureCompany— Articles 01 Incorporation . . . 

Evansville Manufacturers' Building Association— Articles of Asso- 
ciation .... . . 

Emrich Furniture Company of Indianapolis, Ind. — Articles of Incor- 
poration . ... . 

Evan ville Ice and Storage Company— Articles of Association . . . 

Elkhart Hutn-.ine "Society — Ariicles ot Association 

Epitomist Publi-hing Company— Increase of Caiiital Stock. . . 

Epperson (W. F.) Circle Ueadiog Company— Articles of Association . 

Klkhart Institute Association — Articles of Association 

Exch inee Bar k (Spencer)— Articles of Association . . . . . 

Evansville Savings and Loan Association — Articles of Association. . 

Elwood Box Compiny— Articles of Association 

Evansville (The) Ab'itfoir Company— Articles of Association 

Eagle Creek Club— Articles of Incorporation 

Esiiierelda (The) (Coffee I'ompany- Articles of Association .... 

Evansville (The) Volksfreund Publishing Company— Articles of In- 
corporation 

Eichel & Weil (The) Packiag and Provision Company— Articles of 
Incorporation 



November 23, 1894. 
November 28. 1894. 
December 3, 1><94. 
December 4, 1894. 
December 15, 1894. 
January 2, 1895. 
February 2. 1895. 
March 19,1895. 
March 23, 1895. 
May 27. 1895. 
June 7,1895. 
June 17, 1895. 
June 28, 1895. 
Julys, 1895. 
July 5, 1895. 
October 13, 1895. 
October 17, 1895. 
October 26, 1895. 
Decefnber 10,1895. 
December 17, 1895. 
January 16, 1896. 
February 10, 1896. 
February 25. 1896. 
March 11,1896. 
March 18, 1896. 
March IS, 1896. 
April 7, 1896. 
April 7. 1896. 
April 29, 1896. 
May 7, 1896. 
May 9. 1896. 
May 14, 1893. 
June 4, 1896. 
June 10, 1896. 
June 19, 1«96. 
August 10, 1896. 
August 17, 1896. 
-Novembers, 1894. 
December 3, 1894. 
December 6, 1894. 
December 11.1894. 
December 26, 1894. 

January 8, 1895. 
January 15, 1895. 
January 21,1895. 
January 23, 1895. 

January 24, 1895. 
January 29. 1895. 
February 20, 1895. 
February 25, 1895. 
March 16, 1895. 

March 25, 1895. 
April 5.1895. ' 
April 8, 1895. 

April 16, 1895. 

April 2.3, 1895. 
April 30, 1895. 
May 4, 1895. 
May 1(,1895. 
May 24, 1895. 
June 13, 1895. 
July 5. 1895. 
July 27, 1895. 
Au?ust21. 1895. 
September 4, 1895. 
September 6, 1895. 
September 13, 1895. 

September 16, 1895. 

September 17, 1895. 



107 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Evansville & Terre Haute Railroad Company— Railroad Equipment 
Contract 

Elwood iThe) Driving Park and Fair Association— Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Equity, Order of— Amendment 

Equity, Order of— Amended Articles of Incorporation 

Elkhart Box Board and Paper Company — Articles of Incorporation . 

Ely Window Glass Company— Articles of Incorporation ...... 

Educational (The) Playing Card Company— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion ■ . . . 

Englewood Christian Church — Articles of Incorporation 

Exchange Bank of Spencer— Certificate of Payment of Stock . . . . 

Evans (The J. L.) Co.— Articles of Incorporation . 

Evansville (The) Courier Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Evansville Co-operative Association — Articles of Incorporation 

Evansville and Terre Haute Chemical Works— Articles of Incorpo- 
ration 

Evangelical (The) Lutheran St. Peter's Church, unaltered Angues- 
burg confession— Articles of Incorporation 

Elwood Natural Gas and Oil Co.- Increase of Capital Stock 

Eaele Gas and Oil Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Elkhart Athletic Club— Articles of Incorporation 

Excelsior Clay Works — Articles of Incorporation 

East End Savings and Loan Association — Articles of Incorporation . 

Eastern Indiana Normal University — Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Evansville Girls' School— Articles of Incorporation 

Epitomist Publishing Co. — Increase of Capital Stock 

Kdwardsport Coal and Mining Co.— Articles of Association 

Elliott Street Sewer Company of Shelbyville, Ind. — Articles of 
Incorporation .... 

Equitable Building, Loan Fund and Saving Association of Rush- 
ville, Ind 

Elmer E. Nichols Company . . 

Farmers' State Bank of Indiana, Eaton, Ind.— Articles of Association 

Fountain Telephone Co. — Article* of Association 

Fort Wayne Glass Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Fort Wayne Gas Company — Articles of Association . . 

Fort Wayne Oil Company — Articles of Association . 

Francisco Building and Loan Association— .-irticles of Incorporation 

Franklin Building and Loan Association — Articles of Incorporation . 

Fort Wayne Harrison Telephone Company— Articles of Association . 

Fassnacht (The C.) Lumber Co. — Articles of Association ... 

Flora Agricultural and Horticultural Association of Carroll County, 
Indiana— Constitution .... 

Febrinoland Chemical Manufacturing Co. — Articles of Incorporation 

Fort Wayne Frie Presse Company — Articles of Incorporation . . 

Fraternal Benevolent Association of Lafayette, Ind. — Articles of 
Incorporation 

Fulton Furniture Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Franklin Land and Mining Company — Articles of Association . . . 

Fort Wayne Cycling Club Articles of Incorporation 

Fulton Furniture Company — Amended Articles 

Fort WHyne Oil Company — Articles of Association 

Foutz & Hunter Carriage Manufacturing Company— Articles of 
Incorporation . . 

Florida^ Perpetual Building and Loan Association— Articles of 
Association 

Florence Iron and Steel Company— Articles of Incorporation ... 

Farmers' Merchandise Supply Company— Articlesof Incorporation . 

Frankfort Telephone Company — Articles of Ass'ciation . . 

Fidelitv Building and Savings Union— Change of name from Fidelity 
Building and Savings Bank Union 

Fidelity Building and Savings Union, No. 2— Change of name from 
Fidelity Building and Savings Bank Union, No. 2 

Fidelity Building and Savings Union, No. 3— Change of name from 
Fidelity Building and Savings Bank Union, No. 3 

Fid>-lity Building and Savings Union, No. 4— Change of name from 
Fidelity Building and Savings Bank Union, No. 4 

Fidelity Building and Savings Union, No. 5 — Change of name from 
Fidelity Building and Savings Bank Union. No. 5 

First Avenue Brick and Tile Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Foster Lumber Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Franklin Street Planing Mill Company— Articles of Incorporation . 

Fidelity Benevolent Association of Fort Wayne— Articles of Incor- 
poration 



Octobers, 1895. 

October 4, 1895. 
October 9. 1895. 
October 18, 1895. 
October 18, 1895. 
November 1, 1895. 

November 21, 1895. 
November 21, 1895. 
November 27, 1895. 
December 16, 1895. 
December 31, 1895. 
January 28, 1896. 

February 3,1896. 

February 28, 1896. 
March 5, 1896. 
March 16, 1896. 
April 22, 1896. 
Aj.ril28,l(-96. 
May 7,1896. 
May 14, 1896. 
May 25, 1896. 
June 1. 1896. 
July 15, 1896. 

August 19, 1896. 

September 19, 1896. 
October 29. 1896. 
November 17, 1894. 
December 11,1894. 
December 15, 1894. 
December 15, 1894. 
December 26, 1894. 
December 26, 1894. 
January 22, 1895. 
January 30, 1895. 
February 1, 1895. 

February 12, 1895. 
February 14, 1895. 
February 16, 1895. 

February 23. 1895. 
March 8, 1895. 
March 15, 1895. 
March 21, 1895. 
April 4,1895. 
April 19, 1895. 

April 23, 1895. 

May 4,1895. 
May 7,1895. 
May 13, 1895. 
May 17, 1895. 

May 17, 1895. 

May 17, 1895. 

May 17, 1895. 

May 17, 1895. 

May 17, 1895. 
May 18, 1895. 
June 8, 1895. 
June 27, 1895. 

July 15, 1895. 



108 



AETICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY, 



When Filed. 



Farmers' and Merchants' Bank of Jasper, Ind.— Articles of Incor- 
poration ... ... ... 

Farmers' Insurance Company of Delaware County, Indiana— Articles 

of Incorporation .... . . . 

Fowler Water Company — Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Fraternal Building and Loan Association, No. 2— Articles of Incor- 
poration ... 
Farmers' and Merchants' Bank of Jasper— Certificate of Full Pay- 
ment of Capital Stock ... 

Fort Wayne (tht) Lake Everett and Columbia City Street Railway 
Company — .Articles of Incorporation 

Farmers' and Drovers' Stock Yard Company— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion . ■ ... . . 

Fayette County Fair Association — Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Fort Wayne Mutual Benefit Association, No. 1— Articles of Incor- 
poration .... 

Fort Wayne (The) and Hicksville Electric Railway— Articles of In- 
corporation • . . . . . . 

Farmers' Insurance Company of Henry County— Articles of Incor- 
poration .... . . 

Farmers' State Bank (The) of West College Corner— Articles of In- 
corporation 

Farmers' State Bank (The) of West College Corner— Certificate of 
Payment of 50 per cent, of Stnck . 

Farmers' State Bank (The) of Wett College Corner— Bond of Presi- 
dent ... . . 

Farmers' State Bank (The) of WestCollege Corner— Bond of Cashier 

Farrer i Dodge Lumber Company (The)— Artii'les of Incorporation . 

Fort Wayne Consolitlated Railway Company — Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 

F. and N. (The) Lawn Mower Company— Articles of Incorporation. . 

Fred Dietz I the) Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Fort Wayne (The) Institute of Art, Science and Industry— Articles 
of Incorporation . . ... 

Ferdinand Building, Loan and Savings Association— Amendment to 
Articles of incorporation . . . 

Fountain Savings and Building and Loan Association— Articles of 
Incorporation 

Franklin Loan and Savings Association— Articles of Incorporation . 

Fort Wayne Frie Presse Company— Increase and Amendment .... 

F. Dorner & Sons t'ompany— Articles of Incorporation 

Frankfort lee and Cold Storage Company— Articles of Incorporation 

French Chemical Works— Artiles of Incorporation. 

F..II City Tobacco Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Fort Harrison Savings and Loan Association— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion .... .... 

Farmer.-burg Co-operative Creamery— Articles of Incorporation . '. . 

Fisher Chair Company- Articles of Incorpor.ition 

Fort Wayne Lithographing Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Fort Harrison Savings AssociHtion—Artieles of Incorporation . . . . 

Faradizer Company (The)— Articles of incorporation 

Farmers' Supply Company-Articles of Incorporation [ 

Fairvi-w CeiiietHry Association Arn'cles of Incorporation 

Fairport Publi>hing Compuny— Articles of Incorrioration 

Franks, Samuel-Louis, Comp 'ny— Articles of Incorporation 

Fort Wayne Sheepskin and Wool Company— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion ... ... 

Fort Wayne Building, Loan Fund and Savings Association— In- 
crease 

Fanciers' Gazette Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Fred Dietz Cotnpiiny-Reduction of Capital 

Fort Branch Building and Loan Association, No. 3— Articles of In- 
corporation . . 

Faul (The D. F) Mil ing Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

First Church of Christ (Scientist), Anderson, Ind.— Articles of In- 
corporation ... 

Great Western Canning Company— Articles of Incorporation '. '. . 

German Publishing Company of Hammond, ind.— Articles of Incor- 
poration . . . .... ....... 

Goetz Box Anchor Company— Articles of Incorporation ...... 

Guardian Savings and Loan Association of Indiana — Articles of 
Incorporation . . ..... 

Grand Temple Rathbone Sisters of the State of Indiana— Articles of 
Incori)oration 

Governmeni Building and Loan Institution No. 2— Articles of Incor- 
poration 



July 18, 1895. 

July 31, 1895. 
August 1, 1895. 

August 2, 1895. 

August 2,1895. 

August 19, 1895. 

August 22, 1895. 
August 24, 1895. 

September 4, 1895. 

September 5, 1895. 

September 20, 1895. 

October 9, 1895. 

October 9, 1895. 

Octr-ber 9, 1895. 
October 9, 1895. 
October 16, 1895. 

November 19,1895. 
November 21, 1895. 
December 10, 1895. 

January 13, 1896, 

January 21, 1896. 

Jariuary 25. 1896. 
February 7, 1896. 
February 11, 1896. 
February 25, 1896. 
Marcti6. 189ti. 
March 16, 1896. 
April 13, 1896." 

April 15, 1896. 
April 30,1896. 
May 13, 1896. 
June 16. 1896. 
June 30, 1896. 
July 7, 1896. 
July 15,1896. 
Julv 30, 18^<6. 
Augusts, 1896. 
August 6, 1896. , 

August 26, 1896. 

September 21, 1896. 
September 21, 1896. 
Septtmber29, 1896. 

September 30, 1896. 
October 6, 1896. 

October 21, 1896. 
November 8, 1894. 

November 22, 1894. 
November 23, 1894. 

November 24, 1894. 

December 31, 1894. 

January 5, 1895. 



109 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OP COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Garrett Electric Light Company— Increase 

"Golden Rule"— Articles of Incorporation _ 

Gaston Gas and Mining Compiiny— Articles of Incorpor.ntion . . . . 

Garritt Engine, Hoilerand Machine Worlis— Articles of Incorporation 

German Perpetual Building Assoeiatinn— Increase Capital Stock . . 

Greenciistle Local Phoenix Telephone Co.— Articles of incorporation 

German War Comrades — Constitution ... 

Grant County Oil Company — Articles of Association 

Gosh n Telephone Company — Art cles of Incorporation 

Geimnn Evaigelical Lutheran Iriuily Church ol Ft. Wayne— Arti- 
cles ot Incorpciration . . ... 

Guarantee Oil ami Gas Company— Reduction of Capital Stock .... 

Gibson C'lunty Perpetual Building and Loan Association ot Prince- 
ton. Ind. — Articles ol Incorporation .... 

Garden City Stationery Co —Certificate of I.=sue of Preferred Stock . 

German-American Building Association— Increase of Capital Stock . 

Germnn-American Building Association " B " — Increase of Capital 
St.ick . 

Great Northern Oil Company— Articles of Incorporaiion 

Glen Miller Sanitarium Company — Articles ('f Incorporation . . . . 

Gentzen Art G1h,<:s Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Greeiifield Hotel Company--Articles of Incorporation ._ 

Greenwood Telephone Ci'Bipiny — Articles of incorporation .... 

German American Savings-Lile Association— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion . . . . . 

Gold Star Grocery Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Garrett Water I'ompany-Articles of Incorporation 

Government (The) Building and Loan Institution No. 3— Articles of 
IneorporHtiiin _ 

Globe Machine Works — Articles of Incorporation 

General Assembly of American Benevolent Association— Articles of 
Incorporaii'in . . . . . 

Greenfield (The) Lumber and Ice Company — Articles of Incorpora- 
tion ■ . 

Glob ■ (The) Mill Co. of Fort Wayne, Ind.— Articles of Incorporation . 

Gerber (The) Hardware Co. — Articles of Incorporation 

Goldthw'ite (The) Cloak Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

German Fire Insur mce ('o.— Articles ot Incorporation 

Qreensburg Building and Loan Association— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion . . 

Guienhere Co. — Articlesof Incorporation .... 

Green (1 he I . B.) Electrical Co —Ar'icles of Incorporation 

Guarantee Building s<nd Loan Association— Articles of Incorporation 

Graphif Carbonate Mi'iing Co.— A mendment 

Goliien Rule Oil Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Goldthwaite (^loak Co. — i)i.~solutii n 

Good Miiiiufactnring C". — Articles 'f Incorporation 

Greencastle Orph in^' Home — Articles of Incorporation 

Glendale ' lub — Articles of Incorporation 

Home Benefit Asfocia'iin— Articles of Incorporation 

Huiiting'nntjlun Club As-'ociation-Ariicles of Incorporation 

Hay & Willits Manuf ifturins I 'o. — * rtioles o< Incorporation 

Hoofier Cnnnii g M chinery Co. — Articles of Incorporation 

Hazeline Company — Articles of Incori'oraion . . 

Home Buildin^and Loan Astociation of Petersburg, Ind.— Articles 
of Incorporation _ ... 

Home Loan Association of Huntington, Ind.— Articles of Incorportion 

Home Loan Associanon of Huntington, Ind.— Increa.'e Capital Stock 

Home ~avings Association— Articles ot Incorporation 

Home Insurnnce and Trust Co — Articles ot Incorjioration 

Holton, W. B., Manufacturing Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Hunter Valley Stone Co.— Artic'es of Incorporation 

Hawks Lumber Co. — Articles < f Incorporation 

Heii z Company (The) — Increase CapitHl t^tock . . 

Hamilton Furniture and Carpet ('o. — Articles of Association 

Hnrnig, J. E & Co — Articles of Association 

Harold Bros Company— Articles of Association 

Hurlburt Cooi'erntive Creamery To —Articles of Association 

Home i'elephone Co. — Articles of As-ociation 

" Home l.au' dry "—Articles of Association . . . 

Hartiord Light Hnd Power Company— Articles of Association . . . . 

Ha' gh Noelke Iron VVorks — Articles of Incorporation 

Hobart & We.'tern Electric Railway Co.— Articles of Association . . 

Hoosier Oil ard Land Company- Articles of Association 

Hancock Oil Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Hammond Tribune-Press— Articles of Association 



January 24, 1895. 
February 4, 1895. 
K. bruary5, 1895. 
February 7,1895. 
Match 20, 1895. 
March 20. 1895. 
Mi.y 8, 1K95. 
May 15, 1895. 
May 18, 1895. 

June 17, 1895. 
June 24, 1895. 

June 28, 1895. 
July 25, 1895. 
July 25, 1895. 

July 25, 1895. 
August 5, 1895, 
August 5, 1895, 
August 6, 1895, 
August 19, li>95. 
Augubt22, 1895. 

August 27, 1895. 
August 29, 1895. 
October 4,1895. 

October 14, 1895. 
November 5,1895. 

November 14, 1895. 

November 21, 1895. 
December 18, 1895. 
February 4, 1896. 
February 21,1896. 
March 11, 1896. 

April 1,1896. 
April 10, 1)>96. 
April 17, 1896. 
May 6, 1896. 
June l:^, 1896. 
June 17, 1896. 
June 27, 1896. 
July 7. 1896. 
October 9, 1896. 
October lU, 18P6. 
November 9, 1894. 
November 20, 1894. 
November 21, 1894. 
November 26,1894. 
Decembers, 1894. 

December 14,1894. 
Deceii bt-r 24, 1894. 
December 24, 1894. 
December 27, 1894. 
December 27, 1894. 
January 5, 1895. 
January 14, 18i'5. 
•January 14, 1895. 
•lanuary 26. 1895. 
February 15,1895. 
February 25, 1895. 
.March 16,1895. 
March 20, 1895. 
March 28. 1*>95. 
April 6.1895. 
Ai)ril 9,1895. 
April 2:^ 1895. 
April 23,1895. 
May 1, 1895. 
May 9, 18V5. 
May 15, 1895. 



110 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Holt & Brandon Ice and Cold Storage Co.— Articles of Incorporation . 

Hamilton County Petroleum, Oil and (ias Co.— Articles of Association 

H, A. Wright Company— Articles of Association 

Hartford City Glass Company Bond— Articles of Association • -.■ • 

Home Land and Improvement Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Hoffman-Edwardsport Coal Co. of I-ndiana— Articles of Incorporation 

Household (The) Specialty Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Hemlock (The) Coil Hoop Co iipany— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Hall's Business College— Certificate of Increase 

Hoke and Keller Manufacturing Co.— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Huntington Oil and G-a^ Company — Articles of incorporation .... 

Hartig-Becker Plow Company— Articles of Inoorporation ...... 

Huntingdon, Columbia City k Ligonier Railway Company— Articles 
of Incorporation 

Haskell and Baker Car Company— Railroad Equipment Contract . . 

Holt (The) Ice and Cold Storage Co.— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Highland Railroad Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Harrison Driving Park and Fair Association— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion ... 

Heckin Park Hunting and Fishing Club— Articles of Incorporation . 

Hay & Willits Manufacturing Company— Increase 

Home (The) Building and Loan Association of Frankfort, Ind.— Arti- 
cles of Incorporation 

Hedrick Woolen (The) Machine Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Hammond (The Tribune Company)— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Harrison Street Sewer Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Hammond Drug (Company- Articles of Incorporation ... 

Home (The) Telephone and Telegraph Co— Articles of Incorporation 

Hibernian Rifles of Indianapolis, Ind., Company A— Articles of In- 
corporation 

Herculean Club (The)— Articles of Incorporation ....... 

Home Building and Loan Association of Rushrille- Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Household Loan Association— Articles of Incorporation 

Habich (The C. H.) Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Home Telephone Co., Columbia City— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Home (The) Building, Loan and Savings Association of Lake County, 
Ind. — Articles ot Insorporation 

Huntington Hedge Fence Co. — Articles of Incorporation 

Harmony Club (The) — Articles of locorporation 

Home Savings Association — Increase Capital Stock 

Home Savings Association of Elkhart— Articles of Incorporation. . . 

Home Savings Association of Warsaw— Articles of Incorporation. . . 

Hisgen, F. L. & Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Hurty (The J.N.) Pharmacy Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Home Building Association of Seymour— Increase Capital Stock . . . 

Home Building and Loan Association — Increase Capital Stock . . . . 

Hatfield & Palmer Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Haynes Wheel Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Hitz Baking Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Hoosier Construction Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Hoosier Brick Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Home Telephone Co. of Columbia City— Increase Capital Stock. . . 

Hall & Stinson— Articles of Incorporation 

Hope & Keller Mfg. Co. — Articles of Increase 

Home Telephone Co. — Articles of Association 

Home Economy Building and Loan Association— Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Home Telephone Co. — Increase Capital Stock 

Home Building and Loan Association— Increase Capital Stock. . . . 

Hoyt Chemical Co— Articles of Incorporation 

Huntington & Page, Seedsmen— Articles of Association 

Indiana State Band— Articles of Incorporation 

Indiana State Liquor League — Articles of Incorporation 

Indianapolis Medicine Co. — Increase Capital Stock 

Indiana Artificial Icp Co. — Articles of Incorporation . ._ 

Indianapolis Street Cleaning Company— Articles of Association . . . 

Irondale Steel and Iron Company— Certificate of Preferred Stock . . 

Ingle Land Company — Articles of Association 

Ingle, John, Coal Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Indiana State Poultry Association— Articles of Incorporation • ; ■ 

Indiana Land and Investment Company— Articles of Incorporation . 

Indiana State Board of Commerce— Articles of Association 

Indiana Young Women's Christian Association— Articles of Incor- 
poration 



May 31, 1895. 
June 4, 1895. 
June 17, 1895. 
July 11, 1895. 
July 13, 1895. 
July 23, 1895. 
August 28, 1895. 
August 29, 1895. 
August 30, 1895. 
September 4,1895. 
September 7, 1895. 
September 17, 1895. 

September 21, 1895. 
October 4, 1895, 
October 21, 1895. 
November 9, 1895. 

November 13, 1895. 
November 19, 1895. 
November 21, 1895. 

November 23, 1895. 
November 30, 1895, 
December 2, 1«95. 
December 17, 1895, 
December 23, 1895. 
January 6, 1896. 

January 21, 1896. 
January 22, 1896. 

March 4, 1896. 
January 24, 1896. 
January 29, 1896. 
February 10, 1896. 

February 18, 1896. 
February 28, 1896. 
March 23. 1896. 
March 19, 1896. 
March 26, 1896. 
April 8, 1896. 
April 9. 1896. 
April 15, 1896. 
April 27, 1896. 
April 29, 1896. 
April 30, 1896. 
May 2, 18^6. 
May 2, 1896. 
.May 14, 1896. 
May 15, 1896. 
May 25, 1896. 
May 27, 1896. 
June 9. 1896. 
June 12, 1896. 

June 26, 1896. 
July 3, 18%. 
July 24, 1896. 
August 6, 1896. 
October 31, 1896. 
November 8, 1894. 
November 12, 1894. 
November 17, 1894. 
November 19, 1894. 
November 19.1894. 
November 26, 1894. 
December 4, 1894. 
December 4. 1894. 
January 4, 1895. 
January 5, 1895. 
January 10, 1895. 

January 14, 1895. 



Ill 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Inrlinna Bond Company— Articles of Incorporation 

IXL Pump, Lumber and Manufacturing Company — Reduction of. . 
Capital Stock • • 

IndiaiiHi)olis Cycling Club -Articles of Association 

Indianapolis and Vicinity Hible "Society— Change of Name from In- 
diiinnp) is Female Bible Society 

Indian»polis Female Bilile fcociety— Change of Name to Indianapolis 
and Vicinity bible Society . 

Inter-Urban Land Comp-^ny— Articles of Association 

Indianap dis Phoenix Tt-lephi ne Company— Articles of Association . 

Indiana Oil and Latd Company — Articles of Ashociation. . . . . 

Indiana Home and Saving Association — Articles of Incorporation . . 

Indiana Hedge and Wire Fence Cimpany- Articles of Association . 

Indiiina Steam Stone Works-Articlfs of Incorporation 

Indianiipolis i'obacco Works- Articles of Association 

Indi inn Indemnity Company— Articles ot Incorporation 

Indianjipo is Stone Compai y — Articles of Incorporation 

Indiannpoiis, Anderson & Marion Kailway Company- Articles of 
IncorporHtion 

Indiana and Chicago Coal Company— Certificate of Incorporation . . 

Indiana) oils College of Commerce— Articles iif Incorporation - . . . 

Indiana Building, L.oan and Savii g Associ .tion— Articles of Associa- 
tion ... 

IXL and Goshen Pump Company— Articles of Association 

Imperial Savii g< and Loan Associ. i tion — Articles of Association . . 

Indiana State brick Comp. my — Articles of incorporation 

Island Club- Articles i.f incurpuration 

Iron lank Klevator Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Indianapolis Manuiacturing Company (The)— Articles of Incorpora- 
ti' n 

Ing'is (The) Gas and Mining Co. — Articles of Incorporation 

Indiana r rench Mirror Co.— Articles of lncorp"ration 

Inter-State Bu Idingand Loan Association of Marion, Ind. — Articles 
of Incorporaii n. 

Indiana (iht-) Medical CoIl<-gp — Articles of Incorporation 

Indianapolis (Th' ) Bleaching Co.— Articles of IncirporrttioTi. . . . 

Indianapolis (The) Drop F(. rising Co.— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Indianapolis (Ihe) Wrench and ctamping Co. — Articles of Incorpora- 
tion . 

Indianapolis (The'* Wrench and stamping Co.— A mendment Decrease 

Industrial il'he) brick Co. — Articles of Incorporation. . 

Indianapolis ( I he) Brush M Ig. Co.- Articles of Iniorporation , . . . 

Indianapolis (The^ Morage Co. — Articles of Incorporation ... 

Indiana (Fhe) Medical Institute of Muncie, ind.— Articles of Incor- 
poration _ 

In liana Construction f^o.— Articles of Incorporation 

Imperial Savings and Loan A.«sociafi(iri — Incr ase Capital Stock. . . 

Ivanhoe Armory As.-ociatii n — Articles of A.«sociation. 

Indiana Construction Co. — -Articles of Incorporation 

Indianapoli.s Pedal Co. — Articles of Incorporation 

Indiana (The) Loan Associ ition— Articles of Incorporation 

Indiana Road Machine Go. — Anicles of Incorpuration 

Indiana Savings and Loan As'oci 'tion— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Improved Order of Red Men, Mohave Tribe, No. 154— Articles of In- 
corporation ... 

Industi iai Stock Exchange of Indiana — Articles of Incorporation . . 

Indiana Dry (joods Co. (The) — Article^ of Incnrporatiin 

Indixna (The) Cooperage Co. of Indianapolis, Ind,— Articles of In- 
c rporation _ . . 

Indian-ipoli.o Hominy Mills — Articles of Incorporation 

Ideal Home Savinis Co.— Articles ot Inc rporation 

Indianapolis Oil Co (Thol — ArticUs of Incf>rporation 

Indianapolis Cimmercinl Exchanee— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Indust;ial Savings and Loan Association, No. 3— Articles of Incorpo- 
ration 

Italian Christofora Colombo Benevolent Society— Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Island Publishing Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Ingo Go'dMining Co.— Rei^uction of Capital Stock 

Indiana Pipe, Lime and R( fining Co— Articles of Incorporation. . . . 

Indianapolis Abattoir fo.— Increase Capital Stock 

Indianapolis Cycle Trnd« Association — Articles of fncopporation. . . 

Indianapolis Book and Stationery Co. — Articles of Incorporation . . 

Imperial City Oil Co. — Articles nf Incorporation 

Indiana Investment Co.— Articles of Incorporation 



February 5, 1895. 

February 15, 1895. 
March 6, 1895. 

March 20, 1895. 

March 20,1895. 
March 2H, 1895. 
March 27, 1895. 
April 2, 1895. 
April 6, 1895. 
April 12,1895. 
April 18,1895. 
April 2S, 1895. 
May 8. 1»95. 
May 25, 1895. 

May 29. 1895. 
June 13, 1895. 
June 21, 1895. 

June 26. 1895. 
•Iuly3. 1895. 
July 17,1895. 
July 23. 1895. 
July 27, 1895. 
July 31, 1895. 

September 7, 1895. 
Sept. mber IV. 1895. 
October 16, 1895. 

Octcber 19, 1895. 
October 25, 1895. 
November 19, 1895. 
November 23, 1895. 

December 4, 1895. 
Deetmber 12, 1895. 
December 31. 1895. 
January 2,1896. 
January 9, 1896. 



January 10, 
January 10, 
January 13, 
January 14, 
January 20, 
January 20, 
February 4, 
February 4, 
February 6, 



1896. 
1896. 
1896. 
1896. 
1896. 
1896. 
1896. 
1896. 
1896. 



February 12, 1896. 
February 17. 1896. 
February 17, 1896. 

February 24, 1896. 
February 27. 1896. 
March 31,1896. 
Ap'il 3,1896. 
April 10, 1896. 

April 13, 1896. 

April 29.1896. 
May 8. 1896. 
May 18, 1896. 
June 5. lS9ri. 
June 6, 1896, 
June 4. 1896. 
June 11, 1896. 
May 19. 1896. 
June 18, 1896. 



112 



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NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Indianapolis Bicycle Track Assoei ition— Articles of fncorporation . 

Indianapolis Adjustment Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Indiana Mfg. Co. of JeflFersonville, Ind. — Articles of Incorporation . . 

Ideal Society for Savings (The) — Articles of Incorporation 

Indiana Baptists' Convention— Articles of Association 

Iriquois Club— Articles of Association 

Indiana Society for Savings— Amendment 

Indiana Society for Savings— Increase Capital Stock 

Indianapolis Brewing Co.— Trade Mark 

Indiana Chemical Co. — Articles of Incorporation 

Imperial Laundry Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

International Typographical Union — Trade Mark 

Indiana Yacht and Boating Club— Articles of Association. 

Ironton Electric Light and Railway Co.— Articles of Association . . . 

Independent Oil, Gfas and Mineral Co.— Articles of Association . . . 

Indianapolis Chain and Stamping Co. — Increase of Capital 

Indiina Glass Sand Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Indianapolis Engine Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Indiana Academy of Medicine — Articles of Association 

Indiana Conference Associntion — Articles of Association 

John Ingle Coal Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Jeffersonville Corrugating and Roofing Co.— Certificate of Incorporar- 
tion .... . .... _ J . 

Johnson Novelty Co. — Articles of Association 

J. B. Horing & Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

John Plotz Coal Co.— Articles of Association 

Jones & Hill Co.— Reduction of Capital Stock 

J. E. Scrogg Mfg. Co.— Increase of Capital Stock. .• 

Jackson Park Gas Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Jungclaus.W. P., Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Jay County Law Library Association — Articles of Incorporation . . . 

John Rupp & Son Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Johnson. A. L., Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Jordan Loesch Furniture Company— Articles of Incorporation. . . . 

Jackson Club — Articles of Incorporation. ... 

Jasper County Telephone Company — Articles of Incorporation. . . . 

Jefferson County Fair and Agricultural Association — Articles of In- 
corporation . . 

J. W. Bryant Company— Certificate of Amendment of Articles 

Jeffer.sonville G. A. R. Committee 1895— Articles of Incorporation. . . 

J. E. Micks Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Jenkins-Heaton Manufacturing and Lumber Company — Articles of 
Incorporation .... . . 

J. H. Bohannon (Thp) Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Junior Order United American Mechanics, Monroeville, Enterprise 
Council, No. 10— Articles of Incorp 'ration 

J. Wootey, Jr., Coal Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

J. W Wooliscroft (The) (jrain Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Jilgueros (The) Coffee Company— Articles of Incorporation 

J. L. Evans Company (The)— Articles of Incorporation 

J. F. Schell (The) Loan and Investment Company— Article* of Incor- 
poration 

Jennings Building and Loan Association— Articles of Incorporation. 

J. D. Burns «/ycle Company — Articles of Incorporation . ; 

Jolly Sixty-fivp Club— Articles of incorporation 

Jeffersonville (The) Coal and Elevator Company— Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Jay Oil Company —Articles of Incorporation. .... 

Ju.-Al.-In. Mining Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Jenny Electric Motor Company— Increase 

Jasper Handle and Lumber Company— Reduction of Capital 

Jeffersonville Telephone Company— Articles of Incorporation .... 

Knights of Rest, S. S. G., of Richmond, Ind.— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 

Knickerbocker Manufacturing Company— Articles of Association . . 

Knox County Lumber Company— Articles of Association 

Kahn, Scott & Heller Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Kempton Heights Gas Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Knox Phwnix Telephone Company— Articles of Incorporation . . , 

Kingan Packing Association- Articles of Incorporation 

Kits Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Kant&Senour Company— Certificate of Incorporation and Articles 
o' Association . . . . ... . 

Knights and Ladies of the Mystic Castle— Articles of Incorporation . 

Kayston Oil Company— Articles of Incorporation 



June 18, ]89o. 
June 27, 1896. 
Julys, 1896. 
July 6, 1896. 
July 11, 1896. 
July 16, 1896. 
July 21, 1896. 
July 21, 1896. 
July 24, 1836. 
July 24, J896. 
July 25, 1896. 
August 4. 1896. 
July 29, 1896. 
August 14, 1896. 
August 24, 1896. 
October 1, 18H6. 
October 2, 1896. 
October 3, 1896. 
October 23, 1896. 
October 26, 1896. 
December 4, 1894. 

February 2, 1895. 
February 23, 1895. 
February 25, 1895. 
March 9, 1895. 
March 18. 1895. 
April 11, 1895. 
May 7, 1895. 
May 9, 1895. 
May 29, 1895. 
June 6, 1895. 
June 12, 1895. 
July 16, 1895. 
July 18, 1895. 
July 19, 1895. 

July 22, 1895. 
August 8, 1895. 
August 13, 1895. 
October 21, 1895. 

October 30, 1895. 
November 13, 1895. 

November 15, 1895. 
November 30, 1895. 
December 3, 1895. 
December 13, 1895. 
December 16, 1895. 

December 19, 1895. 
January 25, 1896. 
January 28, 1896. 
February 1,1896. 

February 4,1896. 
February 18, 1896, 
April .SO, 1896. 
May 2, 1896. 
June 19, 1896. 
September 5, 1896. 

November 28, 1894. 
January 17, 1895. 
January 18. 1895. 
February 15, 1895. 
March 12, 1895. 
March 29. 1895. 
May 15, 1895. 
May 24, 1895. 

May 29, 1895. 
July 31, 1895. 
August 2, 1895. 



113 



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NAME OP COMPANY. 



WllKN FlI.KD. 



Kokoino and Greentown Street Railway— Articles of Incorporation . 

Kokomo Rubber Company— Articles of Incorporation ... 

Knights o' Pythias, Mount Carmel Lodge, No. 419— Articles of In- 
corporation 

Knights of St. Kasimir Society— Articles of Incorporation 

Kinsey, L. A., Company-Articles of Incorporation 

Knights of Pythias, Boonville Lodge, No. 64— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion . . ' ■ ■ • o ■ ,■ 

Kitts Manufacturing Company— Increase of Capital Stock 

K. P. Building Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Knights of Pythias, Criterion Lodge, No. 155— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion • - 

Knights of Pythias, Medaryville Lodge, No. 392— Articles of Incor- 
poration . . . ■ . 

Kenilworth (The) Club--Articles of Incorporation •. . 

Knights of Pythias, Beacon Lodge, No. 170--Articles of Incorpora- 
tion . . . ■ • 

Kitts Manufacturing Company— Increase of Capital Stock 

Knights of Pythias Castle Hall Association— Amendment ...... 

Kankakee Land Investment Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Kelly Foundry and Machine Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Kno.x County Melon and Produce Company— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion . . ■ ... 

Kewanna Light and Improvement Company— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion ■ 

Keyser Township Detective Association (The)— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion ■ . 

Keller Dental Manufacturing Comp^jny— Articles of Incorporation . 

Knights of Pythias Castle Hall Association— Amendment 

Keeley Institute Company, ot Articles of Incorporation . 

Kendallville Commercial Club — Articles of Incorporation 



Kokomo Wood Enameling Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Kokomo Fence Machine Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Keystone Oil and Gas Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Kokomo Telephone and Klectric Manufacturing Company— Articles 
of Incorporation . 

Kinney (H. B.) Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Kankakee River Improvement Co.— Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Keller Printing and P. Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Kurtz National Telephone Co.— Articles of Incorporation . 

Lesh, Prouty & Abbott Co. of East Chicago, ind.— Articles of Incor- 
poration . . .... 

Lafayette Hosiery and Manufacturing Co.— Articles of Association . 

Lebanon Canning Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Lafayette Building and Loan Association— Certificate of Incorpora- 
tion 

Lafayette Military Band — Articles of Association 

Ladoga Water Works Co. — Articles of Association . _. 

Lee Oxydizing Vulcanizer Co. — Articles of Incorporation 

Leib Cycle Guard Co. — Articles of Association and Incorporation . . 

Lawyers' Loan and Trust Co. — Increase Capital Stock 

Lawrenceburg Park Association — Articles of Incorporation 

Limited Gun Club, of Indianapolis — Articles of Association 

Letter Printing and Publishing Co.— Articles of Association 

Logansport Gas Light, and Coke Co.— Certificate of Extension . . . . 

Ligonier Cycle Manufacturing Co. — Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Liberal View League, of Indianapolis, Ind.— Articles of Association . 

Logansport and Wabash Valley Gas Co.— Articles of Association . . . 

La Pre voyance— Articles of Incorporation 

Ladogi Electric Light and Power Co.— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Lindsay Bicycle and Manufacturing Co.— Articles of Association . . 

Lake Michigan Land Co. — Articles of Association 

Lafayette Home Hospital — Articles of Association . . 

Lafayettd Harrison Telephone Co. — Certificate of Increase 

Lawyers' Loan and Trust Co. — Certificate of Increase 

Laporte (The) Medical Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Logansport Oil and Mining Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Lakeside (The) Knitting Co. — Articles of Incorporation _ 

Lincoln Avenue Planing Mill Co. — Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Lafayette Engineering and Electric Co.— Articles o* Incorporation . 

Laporte (The) Electric Company— Increase of Capital Stock 

Lake City (The) Bank of— Article.' of Incorporation . 

Llewellyn Society— Articles of Incorporation _. . 

Lebanon Hedee and Wire Fence Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Leif (The) Buggy Company— Articles of Incorporation 



Augusts, 1895. 
Augu.'ta, 1895. 

August 23, 1895. 
August 28, 1895. 
September 5, 1895. 

September 7, 1895. 
September 16, 1895. 
September 25, 1895. 

September 27, 1895. 

October 4, 1895. 
October 31, 1895. 

November 13, 1895. 
November 15, 1895. 
January 3, 1896. 
.January 20, 1896. 
January 25, 1896. 

February 10, 1896. 

March 3, 1896. 

March 4, 1896. 
March 26, 1896. 
April 10, 1896. 
April 15, 1896. 
A prills, 1896. 
April 25, 1896. 
April 20, 1896. 
June 5, 1896. 

June 10, 1896. 
September 26, 1896. 
September 29. 1896. 
October 14, 1896. 
October 24, 1896. 

November 14, 1894. 
December 10, 1894. 
December 12, 1894. 

December 29. 1894. 
January 30, 1895. 
January 31, 1895. 
March 2, 1895. 
March 27, 1895. 
April 6, 1895. 
April 13, 1895. 
April 29,1895. 
May 2, 1895. 
May 7, 1895. 
May 8, 1895. 
May 10, 1895. 
May 16, 1895. 
May 22. 1895. 
June 22, 1895. 
June 22, 1895. 
July 13, 1895. 
July 22. 1895. 
July 22, 1895. 
Auerust 2, 1895. 
August?, 1895. 
August 19, 1895. 
September 13, 1895. 
September 13, 1895. 
October 11, 1895. 
October 12, 1895. 
October 26, 1895. 
October 31, 1895. 
November 2.1895. 
November 21, 1895. 



8 — Sec. State. 



114 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Lake (The) Driving Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Lincoln (Order of) Supreme Lof^ge— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Leonard Handle Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Linkbauer-LaFollette Oil Company (The) of i'ortland.Ind.— Articles 
of Incorporation 

Little Giant (The) Automatic Boiler Cleaner Company— Articles of 
Incorporation ... 

Liberty ( Che) Mills Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Lombard Building and Loan Association— Increase of Capital Stock 

Lincfilri League Association-Article- of Incorporation _ 

Land (The) and Security Company— Articles of Incorporation .... 

Like Mi'^higan Land Company— Increase of Capital Stock 

Lincoln (The) Aid Union Life Insurance Association— Articles of 
Incorporation 

Lodge Hardware Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Laughner Uoul Mining Company- Artictps of Incorporation 

Laporte Telephone Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Leckauf Packing Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Lawrenceburg Kire Company No 2— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Lafiyette Telephone Company— Articles of Incorporation . .... 

Leach (The J. .M.) Natural (ias Company- Articles of Incorporation . 

Lochivear Hall Associ iti'in— Articles of Incorporation . . - • • 

Lux-Talbot Stone Company— .Articles of Incorporation 

L"gin investment Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Logansport Humane Society (The)— Articles of Incorporation .... 

Loyal Sons and Daughters of Ft. Douglass of U. S.— Articles of As- 
sociation 

Lapel .Milling Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Lnganspnrt Drivine Club— Articles of Association 

Laborers' Building and Loan Association No. 4— Articles of Associa- 
tion ... . 

Logansport Construction Co.— Articles of Association 

Laminated Steel Tube Co.— Articles of Association 

Maus & Bretney Co.— Articles of \ssoeiation 

Muncie Eleftrical Works — Articles of Incorporation 

Montpelier Electric Light Co —Articles of Association 

Morriftown Lumber Uo.— Articles of Incorporation 

Mansnn Club -Articles of incorporation 

Manhattan Uil Burner Co. ol Indianapolis— Articles of Association . 

Maxinkuckee" Lake Ice Co.— '\rticles of Incorporation 

Mennotii e Printinz Co — Increase of Capital Stock 

Madison Countv Belt Riiivray Association— Articles of Association . 

Mu len Black'idge Co.— Increase oi Capital Stock 

M;iple L>iwn Cemetery Association of Flora, Carroll County, Ind.— 
Articles <'f Incorporation ... 

Mud Creek Uas and Oil Co. — Surrender of Charter 

Madison Invrstment Co.— Articles of Incorporation. • • •. 

Madison Avenue Saving and Loan Association, No. 5 — Articles of As 
sociatiin . ... . . ■ • . 

Morri-i Street Saving and Loan Association, No. 3— Articles of Incor 
poration 

Miit'ial Building, Loan Fund and Saving Association— Articles of 
As'sociation 

Mfchanics' Mutual Savings and Loan Association, No. 1— Articles of 
Ino'>r|)nration ... 

Metz Li diie. >Jo. 411. Knights of Pythias-Articles of Incorporation . 

Maple l)i<h Co.— Articles of Association . . 

M isonic Temple Co. of Anderson, Ind — (^ertifieate of Incorporation . 

Mutual SHving-i Union and Loan Association — Articles of As.«ociation 

Mutuil Building, Loan Fund and Savings Association ol Lebanon, 
Ind -Articles of Association 

Metropolitan School of Mu-ic — Articles of Association 

Masonio Temple Association of Lagansport, Ind.— Articles of In- 
corporation ... . • ... 

Mod-rn Medical Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Michigan City and Laporte Street Railway Co.— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 

Manufacturer.s' Building and Povrer Co.— Articles of Association. 

Monument Saving and Loan Association — Increase of Capital Stock . 

Madison Road Saving and Loan Association, No. 2 — Certificate of In- 
corporj.ti'in . 

Mitchell Lime Co.— Articles of Association 

Manchpster College— Articles of Association _ 

Mineral Springs Company — Article-" of Association 

Muncie Ctjmetery Association-Articles of Association 



November 23, 1895. 
November 26, 1895. 
December 19, 1895. 

December 20, 1895. 

January 11,1896. 
January 17, 1896. 
January 28, 1896. 
January 30. 1896. 
February 19, 1896. 
February 22, 1896. 

February 28, 1896. 
March 12,1896, 
March 13, 1896. 
March 16, 1896. 
March 2S, 1896. 
March 31, 1896. 
April 30. 1898. 
April 21, 1896. 
May 12, 1896. 
May 16. 1896. 
Junes, 1896, 
July 6, 1896. 
August 16, 1896. 
August 14, 1896. 
September 1, 1896. 

September 18, 1896, 

September 18, 1896, 
October 14. 1896. 
November 2, 1894, 
November 12, 1894, 
November 15, 1894. 
Noveu)ber26, 1894. 
Decembers, 1894, 
December 6, 1894, 
Decembers, 1894, 
December 15. 1894. 
January 3, 1895. 
January 19, 1895. 

January 29, 1895. 
January 30, 1895. 
February 5, 1S95. 

February 19, 1895. 

March 11, 1895. 

March 15, 1895. 

March 23. 1895. 
April 4, 1895. 
April 5, 1895. 
AiTil 13,1895, 
April 25, 1895. 

May 4. 1895, 
May 13, 1895, 

May 15, 1895. 
May 27, 1895. 

May 27, 1S95. 
May 31, 1895. 
June 8, 1895, 

June 17, 1895, 
June24. 1H95. 
.lune2S, 1895. 
June 28, 1895. 
June 28, 1895. 



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NAME OP COMPANY. 



Munger Cycle Company— Articles of Association 

Mitchell Abstract Company— Articles of Association 

Montpelier Telephone Company— Ariicles of Association 

Marlowe Club — Articles of Association . . 

Martinsville Telephone Company— Articles of Af sociation. . . 

Manufacture of the Advertising Mile and Guide Board Comparny of 
Logansport, Indiana— Articles of Association. 

Modern Medical Company— Increase of Capital Stock 

Mier Carriage and Buggy Company of Ligonier, Noble County, Indi- 
ana — Articles of Incorporation. . 

MysticUastle, Knights and Ladies of— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Metallic (The) Manufacturing Companv — Articles of Incorporation . 

Merriviile Creamery Association-Articles of Incorporation 

Merom Gravel Road Company— Railroad Equipment Contract . . . 

Monticello Water Works Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Mount Carmel Lodge No. 419, Knights of Pythias— Articles of Incor- 
poration . . .... 

Madison Telephone Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Mineral Springs Company— Certificate of Increase 

Millersburg Lumber and Manufacturing Company— Articles of In- 
corporation 

Matthews Natural Gas Company — Articles of Incorporation • • 

Medaryville Lodge No. 392, Knights of Pythias— Articles of Incor- 
poration . . . . .... 

Merchants' Electric Light Association— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Miller, W. W. (The), Saddle-Tree Company— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion . . 

Micks (J. E.) Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Mohawk ( The) Cycle Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Millersburg (The) Brick and Tile Manufacturing Company— Articles 
of Incorporation .... . 

Mercer & Rawlings Lumber Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Monroeville Enterprise Council No. 10, Junior Order United Ameri- 
can Workmen— Articles of Incorporation 

Monarch Supply Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Muncie ( The) Athletic Club— Articles ot Incorporation 

Mt. Taber Cemetery Association— Articles of Incorporation 

Marion (The) Trust Comp■^ny— Articles of Incorporation 

Marie Antoinette (The) Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Moore & Company — Articles of Incorporation . 

Mexican (Ihe) Coffee Growers Association— Articles of Incorporation 

Morristown Milling Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Mohave Tribe No. 154, Improved Order of Red Men— Articles of In- 
corporation . 

Mary F. Thomas Woman's Christian Temperance Union— Articles of 
Incorporation 

Modern Furniture and Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Mishawaka Woolen Manufacturing Company— Increase of Capital 
Stock 

Merchants Mutual Association of Alexander— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 



Millersburg Lodge No. 328, K. of P.— Articles of Association 

Mennonite Evangelizing Board — Articles of Incorporation 

Muncie Saving and Loan Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Marengo Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Marion Telephone Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Muncie Transfer Company— Articles of incorporation 

Maxwell Lumber Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Montpelier Street and Suburban Railway Company— Articles of In- 
corporation . . .... 

Maumee Oil and Gas Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Manufacturers' Oil and Gas Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Montpelier Driving Park Association— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Mutual Loan and Savings Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Merchants Specialty Company— Article.'! of Incorporation . . 

Muncie Mile and Guide Board Advertising Company— Articles of In- 
C'-rporation .... 

Mining Age, Development and Exploration Company, " Limited "— 
Articles of Incorporation 

Maule Coal Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Mutual Investment Company— Articles of As.'ociation 

Michigan Hedge Fence Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Miller Strct Sewer Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Mutual Aid Building and Loan Association of Washington, Ind.— 
Articles of Incorporation 



Whbn Filrd. 



July 1,1895. 
July 5, 1895. 
July 9,1895. 
July 13, 1895. 
July 17, 1895. 

July 18. 1895. 
July 20, 1895. 

July 26, 1895. 
July 31, 1895. 
July 31, 1895. 
August 6, 1895. 
Auaust 8, 1895. 
August 20, 1895. 

August 23, 1895. 
August 26, 1895. 
August 30, 1895. 

September 9, 1895. 
September 6, 1895. 

October 4, 1895. 
October 4, 1895. 

October 16, 1895. 
October 21, 1895, 
October 21, 1895. 

October 28, 1895. 
November 6, 1895. 

November 15, 1895. 
November 16, 1895. 
November 23, 1895. 
Decembers, 1895. 
December 12, 1895. 
December 18, 1895. 
December 28, 1895. 
December 30, 1895. 
January 2, 1896. 

February 12, 1896. 

February 14. 1896. 

February 25, 1896. 

February 25, 1896. 

March 13, 1896. 
March 17, 1896. 
March 20, 1896. 
April 13. 1896. 
April 17,1896. 
April 23, 1896. 
April 29.1896. 
May 1, 1896. 

May 15. 1896. 
May 23, 1896. 
May 29, 1896. 
May 28, 1896. 
June 11, 18P6. 
June 11, 1896. 

July 1, 1896. 

July 8, 1896. 
July 16, 1836. 
July 31, 1896. 
August 14. 1896. 
August 27, 1896. 

September 1,1896. 



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NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filkd. 



Marquette Club— Articles of Incorporation 

MC'illiard & Dark Company— Articles of Incorporation 

McDaniel & Pitman Company — Certificate of Organization 

Mcb'arlan Hotel Company— Articles of Incorporation. _ .... 

McNown Manuiacturing Company — Articles of Incorporation • ■. • 

McCormick Optical College and Hospital — Articles of Incorporation. 

McHilliMTcl (The) Agency Company— Articles of Incorporation. . , . 

M' Coy Howe Company— Articles of Incorporation 

McKim-Cokran Furniture Company — Increase and Amendment . . . 

National Church Furniture Company— Articles of Incorporation. . . 

Napoleon & Osgood Telephone Company — Articles of Association . . 

Newton County Loan and Savings Association— Amended Articles of 
Association ... . ... 

Navin Stock Remedy Company— Articles of Incorporation . 

Necessity Lodge, No. 222, I. 0. 0. F , Alexandria, Ind. — Articles of 
Assoeidtion . . ... 

No. 5 Indiana Mutual Building and Loan Association — Articles of 
Incorporation ... .... 

National tiuide and Sign Company— Articles of Association 

New Castle Canning Company— Articles of Association ^. • • 

National Uil Company — Articles of Association ........ 

North Manchester Tflephone Company — Articles of Association'. . . 

Novelty Manufacturing and Foundry Company— Articles of Incor- 
poratioQ . 

Noble County Savings and Loan Association — Articles of Incorpora- 
tion .... ...... 

North Judson Building, Loan and Savings Association of Indiana — 
Articles of Incorporation ... ...... . . 

Nicholson Printing and Manufacturing Company — Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Northern Indiana Haymakers' Picnic Association— Articles of In- 
corporation 

Norton (■^. E ) Com. Company— Articles of Incorporation. .... 

News Publi.-hing Company —Articles of Incorporation 

Neff Air Power, Water Works and Fire Extinguisher Company — Ar- 
ticles of Incorporation . ... . . . . 

Newport Building and Loan Association — Articles of Incorporation. 

North Judson Improvement Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Northwestern (The) Benevolent Association of Evansville — Articles 
of Incorporation . . 

New Point Manufacturing Company — Articles of Incorporation . . 

Nash Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

New Castle (The) Telephone Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Northwestern Loan and Investment Association (Ihe)— Articles of 
^Incorporation ... ... 

North Vernon Building and Savings Association— Increase 

New Castle Street Sewer Pipe Co. — Articles of Incorporation 

National College of Electro-Thernpeutics — Articles of Incorporation 

Nappanee ( Ihe) Box Co. — Articles of Incorporation . . ...... 

New York .""tore — Articles of Incorporation 

Nrttional (The) Hotel Register Co.— Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

NobleHville <Tas and Improvement Co. — Increase . . . . 

Northern (The) Historical Society — Articles of Incorporation 

Noble County Loan and Savings Association— Increase. . 

New Palestine Volunteer Fire Co. — Articles of Association 

National Annunciator Co. — Articles of Incorporation 

Noblesville Light and Ice Company— Articles ot Incorporation . . . 

Newasa Tribe, No. 190, Improved Order Red Men— Articles of Incor- 
poration 

North American Benefit Association— y^ rticles of Incorporation . . . 

New .Jer.-ev St. B. and L. Association— Change of Name . . 

North Liberty Construction and Development Company— Articles of 
Incorpiration ... 

Nineveh Lodge, 344, K. of P.— Articles of Incorporation. . , 

National Haymakers Life Insurance Company — Articles of Incor- 
poration . . . . . 

North .Madison B. and L. Association, No. 1, of North Madison, Ind.— 
Articles of Incorporation 

Nati'inal Identification ('ompany — Articles of Incorporation 

North Side Hepiiblican Club — Articles of Incorporation 

New I orydon Oil Compiny— Articles of Inorporation . 

New Massachusetts Avenue Saving and Loan Association — Certificate 
of Incorporation ... 

Newton County Siving and Loan Association— Increase 

Northern Indiana School of Anatomy and Physiology at Valparaiso 
—Articles of Incorporation 



October 12, 1896. 
January 3, 1895. 
January 31, 1895. 
June 17, 1895. 
October 7, 1895. 
Decembers, 1895. 
January 14, 1896. 
June 27, 1896. 
September 4, 1896. 
November 7, 1894. 
November 15, 1894. 

December 13,1894. 
December 14,1894. 

December 26, 1894. 

December 27. 1894. 
January 7,1895. 
January 12, 1895. 
February 1,1895. 
February 14, 18J5. 

March 23, 1895. 

April 14, 1895. 

April 12, 1895. 

May 22, 1895. 

June 14. 1895. 
Ju' 6 24,1895, 
J uly 17, 1895. 

July 17, 1895. 
August 1, 1895. 
August 23, 1895. 

October 30, 1895. 
Novembers, 1895. 
November 16, 18^'5. 
December 10,1895. 

January 17, 1895. 
January 21, 1896. 
January 21, 1896. 
February 6, 1896. 
February 10, 1896. 
February 17, 1896. 
February 27. 1896. 
February 28. 1896. 
February 28, 1896. 
March 10,1896. 
March 11, 1J896. 
March 13, 1896. 
March 24, 1896. 

April 7, 1896. 
May 14, 1896. 
May 16, 1896. 

May 23, 1896. 
Junes, 1896. 

June 22, 1896. 

July 9, 1896. 
July 20, 1896. 
August 1. 1896. 
August 4, 1896. 

August 4, 1896. 
August 12, 1896. 

September 8, 1896. 



117 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



New Progress Building Association— Articles of Incorporation. . . . 

Noblesville Library Association — Articles of Incorporation 

Otter Creek Levee Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Osceola Tribe, No. 15, Improved Order Red Men— Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Ohio County Building, Loan Fund and Savings Association of Rising 
Sun, Indiana— Articles of Incorporation 

Oolite Club — Articles of Incorporation . 

Occidental Club— Articles of Incorporation 

Owls of Whitii'g iThe' — Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Old Terre Haute Fishing and Hunting Club — Articles of Association. 

Old Fort Srice and Extract Company— Increase of Capital Stock . . 

0. B. Rowlett Desk Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Oakly Club— Articles of Incorporation. 

Ohio Falls Car Company — Railroad Equipment Contract 

Ohio and Indiana Natural Gas Company — Articles of Incorporation. 

Order of Equity— Amendment . 

Our Club— Articles of Incorporation . . ... 

Ovid Natural Gas Pipe Line Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Order of Lincoln, Supreme Lodge— Articles of Incorporation 

Onward League — Articles of Incorporation 

Ohio (The) Building, Loan Fund and Savings Association — Articles 
of Incorporation. . 

Ogden Roller Mills Company— Articles of Association 

Ottowa (The) Improvement Company — Articles of Association . . . . 

Ottervil'e Lodge, No. 436, K. of P.— Articles of Association 

Otisco Milling Company— Articles of Association . . 

Orpstps Republican Club of Anderson — Articles of Incorporation . . 

Old Pi'tsburgh Mining Company — Articles ot Association ...... 

People's Electric Company— Articles of Incori>oralion 

Peru Electric Light and Power Company— Ariicles of Association . . 

Peerless Remedy Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Plymouth Wagon Company — Articles of Association ... 

People's Eleeiric Railway Company of Terre Haute— Articles of In- 
corporation . . . . . . 

Paoli Building, Loan and Saving Association, of Paoli, Ind. — Articles 
of Association . ... . 

Pikes Peak Natural (3as Company— Amended Certificate of Incorpo- 
ration ... 

Park Iron and Steel Company — Certificfite of Incorporation 

People's Bank (Boonville, Ind.) —Certificite of Incorporation . . . . 

Plaiz, John. Coal Company— Articles of Association 

Parker. C. H.,()ompany— Articles of Incorporntion 

People's Outfitting Company— Amended Articles 

People's Bank (of Boonville) — Certificate of Full Payment of Capital 
Stock . ... 

Philanthropic Industrial Life Insurance Association — Articles of In- 
corporation 

Phoeni.x Publishing Company — Articles of Association 

Phoenix Mining:. Gas and Oil Company— Articles of Incorporation . 

Prairie City Building, Loan Fund and Savings Association No. 12— 
Articles of Assucintion - . . . 

Phoenix Construc-tiiin Company — Articles of Association 

Perry Water, Light and Ice Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Pdwers Natural Gas and Petroleum Oil Company— Articles of Incor- 
poration . 

Pendleton Bottle Company — Articles of Association 

Protestant Deaconess Society of Indianapolis— Articles of Associa- 
tion . . 

Progress r'lub of South Bend— Articles of A'soeiation 

People's Home and Savings Association of Richmond, Indiana— Cer- 
tificate of Increase of Capital Stock . ... . . . . 

People's Telephone Company of Terre Haute, Indiana — Articles of 
Incorporation . . . , ... 

Phoenix Building, Loan and Savings Association— Articles of Incor- 
poration ... 

Peoria (The) Rubber and Manufacturing Company — Articles of In- 
corporation 

People's (The) Home and Savings Association — Articles of Incor- 
poration 

People's (The) Mutual Savings and Loan Association — Articles of 
Incorporation _. 

Pendleton (The) Window Glass Works— Articles of Incorporation 

Perry iThe) Broom Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Peabody (The) Buggy Company- Increase of Capital Stock 



September 16, 1896. 
Octobers, 18S6. 
October 10, 1896. 

December 17, 1891. 

January 2, 1895. 
January 22, 1895. 
January 26. 1895. 
March 18, 1895 
April 27, 1895. 
May 28, 18^5. 
July 5,1895. 
July 11,1895. 
August 8, 1895. 
September 16. 1895, 
October 9, 1895. 
November 6, 1895. 
November 21, 1895, 
November 26, 1895. 
February 10, 1895. 

February 18,1895. 
March 7. 18^5. 
Aprils, 1895. 
May 21, 1895. 
Auau.'t 4, 1895. 
August 17, 1895. 
October i. 1895. 
November 8, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 12, 1894. 
November 15, 1894. 

December 10, 1894. 

December 27, 1894. 

January 18, 1895. 
January 9", 1895. 
January 23, 1895, 
March 9. 1895. 
March 12, 1895. 
April 4, 1895. 

April 1, 1895. 

April 9,1895. 
April 23,1895. 
May 2, 1895. 

May 2, 1895. 
May 6, 1895. 
May 7, 1895. 

May 18, 1895. 
May 27, 1895. 

June 12, 1895. 
June 11,1895. 

July 1,1895. 

July 1,1895. 

July 13, 1895. 

August 19, 1895. 

August 24, 1895. 

September 3, 1895. 
September 4, 1895. 

September 10, 1895. 
September 16,1895. 



118 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Princess Toilet Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Phillipson Clothing Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Protestant (The) Deaconess Association of Evansville— Articles of 
Incorporation 

Pfafflin Gro -ery Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Perlection (The) Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Perry-Sander Company— Articles of Incorporation. - . - . .... 

Paragon Manufacturing Company— Articles of iQCorporation .... 

Pioneer and Modern Picture Company— Articles of Incorporation ■ . 

Prairie ( Ihe) Building and Loan Association — Articles of Incor- 
poratii n . . ■ • ■ .... 

Pastime (The) Social Club— Articles of Incorporation 

People's State Building and Loan Association of Oakland City- 
Articles of Incorporation. ■ ... 

Pride of David Lodge No. 25, United Brothers of Friendship— Arti- 
cles of Incorporation 

Peru Humane Society— Articles of Incorporation 

Peruvian Prtint Company—Articles of Incorporation . . 

Pine Orove Butter and Cheese Factory— Articles of Incorporation . . 

People's Mutual Saving and Loan Company— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion ... ... ....... 

Producers' De.'ipatch Transportation Company—Articles of Incor- 
poratinn . . .... 

Portland Business College— Articles of Incorporation ... ... 

Pank-Weinmann Brevring Company-- Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Post Publishing Company of Fort Wayne— Articles of Incorporation 

Paper Penholder Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Portland Normal College— Articles of Incorporation .... 

Padueah and Tennessee River Packet Company— Articles of Incor- 
poration 

People's Athletic Club— Articles of Association 

Petersburg Mining and Manufacturing Association— Articles of Asso- 
ciation 

Parquetry Flooring Company— Articles of Association 

People's >aving and Loan Association of Marion, Ind. — Articles of 
Association . . 

Peoria Athletic Association— Articles of Association . . . 

Quick City tilass Company— Certificate and Articles of Association . 

Quaker Cjty Baking Powder Company— Articles of Association . . . 

Quaker Packing Company — Articles of Association 

Kichmond Church Furniture Company— Certificate of Incorporation 

Reeves & Company — Increase of Capital Stock 

Railway Cycling Manulacturing Company— Articles of Association . 

Reese-Snyder Lumber Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Railroadmen's Building and Savings Association— Increase of Cap- 
ital Stock . . 

Rhodes. Cardwell Furniture Company— Increase of Capital Stock . . 

Riverside Natural Gas Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Richmond Sweeper Company — Articles of Association 

Rushville Furniture Company— Increase of Capital Stock 

Ru.oh County Saving and Loan Association— Artieles of Incorpora- 
tion .... 

Reserve Fund Saving and Loan Association of Indiana — Articles of 
Incorporation ... 

Richmond Bicycle Company — Artieles of Incorporation 

Record Cycle Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Rochdale Handle Corapanv — .Articles of Incorporation 

Rowlett (The C. B.) Desk Company— Artieles of Incorporation . . . 

Rookville Trotting Association of Rockville, Ind.— Articles of In- 
corporation . 

Richmond Rod and Gun Club — Articles of Incorporation 

River Side <^lass Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Ridgeville Park Association — Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Routh ( the) Mail Crane Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Richardson-Webber (The) Card Company— Articles of Incorporation . 

Rochester (Thei Shoe Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Rushville Water Company— Articles ot Incorporation 

Rescue Mission and Home of Indianapolis — Articles of Incorporation 

Rushville Land and Lumber Company— Increase of Capital Stock . • 

R Chester iThe) Telephone Company — Articles of Incorporation . . 

Russell (The) Lumber Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Rural (The) Mechanic Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Ro^e Publishing Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Richmond Loan and Saving Association— Increase of Capital Stock . 

Red Clay Orchard Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Reeves & Company— Increase of Capital Stock 



September 20, 1895. 
September 26,1895. 

November 2,1895. 
November 26, 1895. 
December 2,1895. 
December 30, 1895. 
February 10, 1896. 
February 28, 1896. 

February 28. 1896. 
March 28, 1896. 

April 14, 1896. 

April 21, 1896. 
April 23, 1896. 
May 13, 1896. 
May 25, 1896. 

June 12, 1896. 

June 26. 1896. 
July 1,1896. 
July 1,1896. 
July 16. 1896. 
July 22. 1^96. 
July 29, 1896. 

August 24, 1896. 
September 14, 1896. 

September 29. 1896. 
October 9, 1896. 

October 14, 1896. 
October 19, 1896. 
February 21.1894. 
March 27, 1894, 
February 22. 1894. 
November 21. 1894. 
February 6, 1895. 
February 16, 1895. 
February 23, 1895. 

February 25, 1895. 
March 25, 1895. 
April 13, 1895. 
May 6, 1895. 
May 7, 1895. 

May 13, 1895. 

June 11, 1895. 
June 13, 1895. 
June 18. 1895. 
June 29, 1895. 
July 5, 1895. 

July 8. 1895. 
July22, 1H95. 
July 22, 1895. 
July 29, 1895. 
July 30. 1895. 
September 3. 1895. 
October 4. 1895. 
October 14, 1895. 
October 21, 1895. 
October 25, 1895. 
December 3, 1895. 
December 6, 1895. 
December 24. 1895. 
December 27. 1895. 
January 3, 1896. 
January 21, 1896. 
February 5, 1896. 



119 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Riverside (The) Land Company— Articles of rncorporation . 

Rowlett Desk Manufacturing Oompauy— Articles of lacorporation . 

Railway Cycle Company— increase of Capital Stock 

Rex Coal and "^ewer Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Rochester Bridee Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Rochestt-r Normal University— Articles of Incorporation 

Rnch^ster Implement Company— Amendment 

Riddle Grocery Company— Issue of Preferred Stock 

Rockville Watt r Company— Ariiclt-s of Incorporation 

Riverside Rod, (iun and Bowling Club— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Royal Oil Company (The) — Articles of Incorporation . .... 

Richmond Oil and (i«s Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Ru.-h County Hardware Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Roanoke Minirg and Milling Company — Articles ot Incorporation . 

Ralya, Uolsinger & Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Relief Association of rndiana— Articles of Incorporation 

Railway. Library and Reliet Ass' cintion — Articles of Incorporation . 

St. Pauls tJerman Evangelical Church of Muncie— Articles of Incor- 
poration 

Standard Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Standard Oil Burner Company of Indianapolis— Articles of Associa- 
tion . . 

Stearns Manufacturing Companv— Certificate of Enlargement . . . . 

State House Dime Association— Increase ot Capital Stock 

Sneith GHass (Company — Articles of Association 

Scott (bounty Long Disianee Telephone Company— Articles of Incor- 
pnration .... ... 

Standard Harness Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Standard Washboard Company— Articles of Association 

Sattler & Sons' Company— Articles of Association 

St indard Seat Company— Articles of incorporation . • 

Steel Storage and Elevator Construction Company— Articles of In- 
corporation . . 

Speci 'Ity Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Syracuse Water-power Cnoipaiiy-Articles of Incorporation 

Sutireme Castle of the World, of the Princely Knights of Character 
Castle— Articles of Incorporntion 

Standard Stove and Ranee Company— Change of Name from "Terre 
Haute Stove Company " 

Superior Smokeless Lamp Company — Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Sperry-Petton Manufacturing (Company-Articles ot Association . . 

Specialty (The) Manufacturing Company, of Franklin — Articles of 
Iricorpor ition 

Specialty Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Santa Clara Wine Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Southwestern Telephone Company — Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Steuben County Electric Telephone Company — Articles of Associa- 
tion 

Security Building Company— Articles of Association 

Standard C'^al Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Salem Building, Loan Fund and Saving Association— Increase of 
Capital v-^took 

Shutes Remedy Compnny- Articles of Association 

Scroggy (J. E.) Manufacturing Company — Increase of Capital Stock . 

St. Anthony 's Hospital of Terre Haute, Indiana^Artieles of Associa- 
tion . . . . . . . . 

Supreme Lodge of the Benevolent Order of Mizpah— Articles of As- 
sociation ... 

Sherfey & Kidd Company — \rtieles of Association 

Seymour Pants Manufacturing ('ompany— Articles of Association . . 

State House Dime Associntion — Increase of Capital Stock ■ . . . . 

State House Building As.=ociation— Increase of Capit<l Stock . . . . 

Supreme Council of the Uniform Rank, K. of P.— Articles of Incor- 
poration . . 

Southern Indiana Loan and Saving Institution— Articles of Incorpo- 
ration _ 

Springer Electric Company — Articles of Association 

Sursical and Medical Institute of Indianapolis — Articles of Incorpo- 
ration 

Stoliz-Schmitt Furniture Company— Articles of Incorporation. . . . 

Supreme Temple of Pericleans — Articles of Incorporation 

Snringville Cemetery Association — ArticUs of Association 

Shelburn Coal Mining Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Spades Manufacturing Company— Certificate of Incorporation . . . . 

State House Dime Association — Increase of Capital Stock 

State House Building Association— Increase of Capital Stock .... 



February 11, 189R. 
Febru.ry 27, 1896. 
MarcH Z, 1896. 
March 4, 189f). 
March 21, 1896. 
March 25, 1896. 
March .31. 1896. 
May 8. 1896. 
June. S, 1896. 
June 9. 1896. 
July 9. 1H96. 
July 27, 1896. 
August 28, 1896. 
August 29, 1896. 
October 2. 1896. 
May 25. 1896. 
October 12, 1896. 

November 10,1894, 
December 4, 1894, 

Decembers, 1894. 
December 13, 1894. 
December 19, 1(!94. 
December .^4, 1894. 

December 26, 1894. 
January 17, 1895. 
January 19, 1895. 
February 1,1895. 
February 2, 1S95. 

February 5, 1895. 
February 14. 1895. 
February 23, ISt-S. 

February 26, 1895. 

March 5. 1895. 
M.arch 11,1895. 
March 11, 1895. 

March 12, 1895. 
March 14, l>-95. 
March 16, ,895. 
March 19, 1895. 

March 29.1895. 
Aprils, 18"5. 
April 4, 1895. 

April 4,1895. 
April 5. 1895. 
April 11, 1895. 

April 12, 1895. 

April 20, 1895. 
May 3,1R95. 
May 6, 18H5. 
May 14, 1895. 
May 14, 1895. 

May 15, 1895. 

May 18, 1895. 
May 24, 1895. 



June 
June 
.lune 
.tune 
June 
June 
June 
June 



10,1895. 
10, 1><95. 
10, 1895. 
12, 1895. 
1.3, 1895. 
17, 1895. 
29, 1895. 
29, 1895, 



120 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Summer Amusement Company of Indianapolis- Articles of Incorpo- 
ration .... . . 

Sulphur Hill Lodge, No. 211, Knights of Pythias— Articles of Incor- 
poration . . ■ • 

Somerville Millins: Company — Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

San Jacinto Elgin Creamery Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Star City Machine and Foundry Company— Articles of Incorporation 

South Bend Telephone Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

State (The) Building and Loan Association of Indiana, No. 2— Arti- 
cles of Incorporation 

State (The) Building and Loan Association of Indiana, No.3— Arti- 
cles of Incorporation 

South Bend Telephone Company— Amended Articles of Incorpora- 
tion • . • • 

South Whitley (The) Water-works Company — Articles of Incorpora- 
tion . . ... 

Schofield (The) Bolt Company— Articles of Incorporation. 

Supreme Council Order of Equity— Amendment. 

Supreme Council Order of Equity- Amended Articles of Incorpora- 
tion . . . . 

Standard (The) Cash Register Company— Articles of Iflcorporation . 

State Bank of Sheridan— Increase . . - . . . . 

South Bend Lumber Company— Amendment 

State Bank of Monticello— Articles of Incorporation 

State Bank of Monticello — Certificate of Payment of 50 per cent, of 
Stock .... 

State Bank of Monticello— Bond and Oath of Cashier 

State Bank of Monticello— Bond and Oath of President 

Savings Assurance Society — Change of Name to Union Insurance 
Company ... . .... . . . 

Supreme Lodge of the Order of Lincoln— Articles of Incorporation . 

Southern Indiana Loan and Savings Institution — Increase 

State Bank of Ambia— Bond of Cashier 

Superior Oil Co. — Articles of Incorporation 

South Bend Street Railway Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Sun Building, Loan and Investment Company— Articles of Incor- 
poration ... 

State Building and Loan Association — Increase 

Swayzee Glass Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Shirley Natural tJas and Oil Company of Shirley, Indiana— Articles 
of Incorporation ...._. 

Sigler Hotel Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Shell (The J. F.) Loan and Investment Company— Articles of Incor- 
poration . 

Schneider (The) Carriage Works— Articles of Incorporation 

Spring Beach (The) Hotel Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Spring Beach (The) Row Boat Company— Articles of Incorporation . 

Sullivan Mercantile Co — Articles of Incorporation 

Stone City Club— Articles of Incorporation . . ..... 

Summit City (The) Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion ..... 

Star (The) .\gency Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Standard (The) Advertising Mile and (Juide Board Co.— Articles of 
Incorporation . . 

Sloan Drug (3o.— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Stork Furniture Company— Articles of Incorporation 

South Side Social Club iThe)— Articles of Incorporation 

Sherwood Club (The)— Articles of Incorporation 

Silver Creek Cemetery Association — Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

South Bend (The) Spark Arrester Company— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion ... 

Standard (The) Cement Company— Articles of Incorporation 

South Bend iThe) College of Optics— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Saengerbund (The) Hall Association— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Sterret & Brodix Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Sosmowski Clothing Company (The)— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

St. Boniface Catholic Life Insurance Association — Certificate of Dis- 
solution 

Social Club (The)— Articles of Incorporation 

State Exchange Bank of Argos— Bond of .President 

Savings Fund Society (The)— Articles of Incorporation 

Selig Dry (ioods Company (The — Articles of Incorporation 

Star City Lodge No. 427. K. of P— Articles of Incorporation 

Safety Corn Husker and Shredder Company (The) of Indianapolis — 
Articles of Incorporation 



July 3,1895. 

July 8,1895. 
July 13, 1895. 
July 18, 1895, 
July 22, 1895. 
July 31, 1895. 

August 9,1895. 

August 9,1895. 

August 10, 1895. 

August 29. 1895. 
October 3,1895. 
October 9,1895. 

October 18, 1895. 
October IS, 1895. 
October 21, 1895. 
October 25, 1895. 
October 30, 1895. 

October 30, 1895. 
October 30. 1895, 
November 4, 1895. 

November 1, 1895. 
November 26, 1895. 
November 27, 1895. 
November 30, 1895. 
December 6, 1895. 
December?, 1895. 

December 11, 1895. 
December 12, 1895. 
December 14, 1895. 

December 17, 1895. 
December 18, 1895. 

December 19, 1895. 
December 19, 1895. 
December 20, 1895. 
December 20, 1895. 
December 30, 1895. 
December 31, 1895. 

January 15, 1896. 
January 15, 1896. 

January 16, 1896. 
January 16. 1896. 
January 29, 1896. 
January 31, 1896. 
January 31. 1896. 
February 12, 1896. 

February 18, 1896. 
February 21, 1896. 
February 26, 1896. 
March 2, 1896. 
March 3, 18^6. 
March 5, 1896. 

March 16. 1896. 
March 24, 1896. 
March 27, 1896. 
March 31, 1896. 
April 1, 1896. 
April 4, 1896. 

April 4, 1896. 



121 



ARTIOLKS OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPA.NY. 



Whkn Filbd. 



Sims' Natural tJas, Light and Fuel Company— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion . . . . 

South Peru Planing Mill Company (The)— Articles of Incorporation . 

Sanders, Lesh & Eghert Company — Articles of Incorporation .... 

Sucker Oil Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Sheridan Natural (ias and Power Company Articles of Incorpora- 
tion .... . .... 

Summit City Manufacturing Company— Increase of Capital Stock . . 

Slater Oil and Gas Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Snow-Church Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Sullivan Water Company — Articles of Incorporation 

State Hou.'se Building Association— Increase of Capital Stock . . . . 

Standard Real Estate Company — Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Stimpson Computing Scale Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Soller-Seeger Compnny— Articles of Incorporation 

Star Exploring and Mining Company — Articles of Incorporation . . 

State Bar Association of Indiana— Articles of Incorporation 

Stag (The) Club— Articles of Incorporation 

Sheridan Club (The) — Articles of Incorporation 

State House Building Association JMo. 3— Articles of Incorporation . 

State House Building Association — Articles of Incorporation .... 

Star City Cycle Club— Constitution 

Sentinel Printing Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Sims Improvement Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Symmes H. H.) ..t Co- -Articles of Incorporation 

Sefton (J. W.) Manufacturing Company — Amendment 

South Bend Electric Company— Increase of Capital Stock 

Spencer Oil Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Steele's Sanitarium, "Limited" — Articles of Incorporation 

Spiceland Oabinet Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Smiley Manufacturing Company of Elkhart— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion .... 

Schweizer Gruetli-Verein of Hammond — Articles of Association. . . 

Socialer Turnverein Stock Association — Amendment . 

Scantlin & Co — Articles of Incorporation 

Star City Social Club— Articles of Incorporation 

Smith-Randall Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Shawnee Mound Telephone Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Stirk Fuel Oil Burner Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Terre Haute Mosaic Tile and Mantle Company— Articles of Associa- 
tion 

Torian & Barbour Hat Company — Articles of Association 

Tipton Telephone Company— Articles of Incorporation. 

Taylor University— Change of Name from Taylor University of Fort 
Wayne, Ind 

Terre Haute Steam Baking Company— Articles of Incorporation. . . 

Twentieth Century Club— Articles of Incorporation 

Telegram Printing Company — Articles of Association. ... 

Terre Haute Day Nursery Association — Articles of Incorporation . . 

Terre Haute Stove Company — Change of Name to Standard Stove 
and Range Company 

Triennial Savings and Loan Association — Certificate of Incorpora- 
tion 

Times Publishing Company — Articles of Incorporation . 

Tinsley Hose Coupler Company of Columbus, Ind.— Articles of As- 
sociation. 

Trail Memorial College and Educational Company— Articles of Asso- 
ciation . .... 

Tribune Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Trilby Oil and Gas Company— Articles of Association 

Terre Haute Boiler Works Company — Articles of Association . . . . 

Tribune Publishing Company— Articles of Association 

Terre Haute Packing Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Tribune Printing Company— Articles of Association 

Tenor Mill Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Towsley Yeast Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Tompkins Street Sewer Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Terre Haute Coristruction Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Thurman Fuel Oil Burner Company — Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Tri-State Pants and Shirt Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Trojan (The) Manufaeturirg Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Tippecanoe Historical Society— Articles of Incorporation 

Tippecanoe (The) Hedge and Wire Fence Company— Articles of In- 
corporation ... 

Towsley Yeast Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Towsley Yeast Company— Amendment 



April 2. 1896. 
April 11,1896. 
April 13, 1896. 
April 18,1896. 

April 22, 1896. 
April 24, 1896. 
May 15, 1896. 
May 22, 1896. 
Junes, 189b. 
May 29, 1896. 
June .3, 1896. 
June 5, 1896. 
June 9, 1896. 
June 13, 1896. 
June 24, 1896. 
June 26, 1896. 
June 27, 1896. 
July 1,1896. 
July 1,1896. 
July 11,1896. 
July 13, 1896. 
July 20, 1896. 
July 23, 1896. 
July 27. 1896. 
August 6, 1896. 
August 13, 1896. 
September 2, 1896. 
September], 1896. 

September 10, 1896. 
September 22. 1896. 
September 26, 1896. 
September 30. 1896. 
October 2, 1896. 
October 14, 1896. 
October 21, 1896. 
October 29, 1896. 

November 28, 1894. 
December 7, 1894. 
January 10, 1895. 

January 17,1895. 
January 23, 1895, 
February 5, 1895. 
February 11,1895, 
March 2, 1895. 

March 5, 1895. 

March 11,1893. 
March 19, 1895. 

March 28, 1895. 

April 2, 1895. 
April 6, 1895. 
Apiil 11, 1895. 
April 15, 1895. 
April 27.1895. 
May 9. 1895. 
May 15, 1895. 
May 21, 1895. 
July 1, 1895. 
July 25, 1895. 
July 26. 1895. 
August 20, 1895. 
November 6, 1895. 
January 3, 1896. 
January 4, 1896. 

January 2^, 1896. 
February 10, 1896. 
February 21, 1896. 



122 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OF COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Timms Manu*'acturinerCirapany— Articles of Incorporation 

Terre Hnute Brick and Pipe Company— Increase of Capital Stock . . 

Terre Hmite Manufacturing Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

TrotvTood iXhe Canning Company — Articles of [ncorporation . . . . 

Tipton Lumber Company — Increase of Capital Stock 

Tell City Brewing Company— Articles of Incorporation 

T. M. Norton Brewing Company— Articles 01 Ificorporation 

Terre Haute Brewing Company — Preferred Stock 

Thompson Cemetery Company- Articles of Incorporation 

Tower Manufacturing Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Tippecanoe Telephone Company ol Komney— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 

Turner Building and Loan Association No. 2 — Amendtnent 

TJniterl States Building and Loan Institution— Increase of Capital 
Stock 

Union Steel Company— Articles of Association 

Union Savings and Loan Association of Washington, Indiana — Arti- 
cles of Incorpi ration . 

Universal Social and Athletic Club — Articles of Association 

Universal Telephone Company— Certificate of Incorporation 

Union Home lor Invalids in the City of Terre Haute — Articles of In- 
corporation - 

Union Embossing Machine Company — \rticles of Incorporation . . 

Union Mills (tannine Company — Articles o' Incorporation . • . 

United States Building and Loan Institution— Increase of Capital 
Stock . . . 

Upland Oil and Gas Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Union City Wheel Company--Articles of Incorporation 

Union Insurance Company— Change of name from Savings Assur- 
ance Society . . . ... 

Union Soldiers' Mutual League— Ar'icles of Incorporation 

Up To Date Game Club iThe)— Articles of Incorporation 

United Industrial Benefit Association, Mutual— Articles of Incor- 
poration . . . 

Union Club — Articles of Incorporation 

Union Shoe and Cloihi'ig Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Universal Credit Agency of Indianapolis — Articles of Incorporation 

United Te'ephone Company (The)— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Upson Adjustable Separator Manufacturing Company— Articles of 
Incorporation . . .... 

Utility ( The) Oil Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Union (The) Supply and Hardware Company — Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 

Univ«rsity of Indianapolis—Articles of Incorporation 

Unite 1 States Board and Paper i^ompany — Articles of Incorporation 

Union Oreanization Company — Articles of Incorporati m 

Valparaiso Telephone Exchange — Articles of Association 

Verein Deutcher Waffengenossen von Hammond (Society of German 
Veterans) Indiana — Articles of Association 

Valparai-^o Gas and Electric Company— Articles of Association 

Vienna Cnnning Company, " Limited " — Articles of Incorporation . 

Veteran.*' Home Society— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Veroou Natural Gas and Oil Company— Article of Incorporation . . 

Vincennes Electric Light and Power Company— Increase of Capital 
Stock . . .... - . . . 

Vanderburgh County Building and Loan Association— Articles of 
Incorp r.ition ... 

Vawter-Boggs Drug Company— Article« of Incorporation 

Vajen & Bader Compariy — Articles ot Incorporation . . . 

Valparaiso Liffht and Fuel I'ompany-Articles ot Incorporation . . 

Vieo I The) County Monumental Association — Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 



Vigo Elevator Company — Articles of Incorporation . . . . . 

Vermillion (The) County Agricultural Association- Articles of In- 
corporation 

Vernon Building, Loan and Savings Association of Vernon, Ind.— 
Articles of Incorporation 

Veedersburg Division, No. 81, Uniform Rank, Knights of Pythias- 
Articles of Incorporation .... 

Visible Typewriter Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Vigo Elevator Co. — Articles ot Incorporation 

Vincennes Paper Co. — Articles fif Incorporation . 

Van Deinse (A. .J.) & Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Van Ame Chemical Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

West Tennessee Spoke and Lumber Co.— Articles of Association . . 

Wabash Roofing Tile Co.— Articles of Incorporation 



March I.'?, 1896. 
March 20, 1896. 
Marcti31, 1896. 
April 6,1896. 
May 29, 1896. 
May 29, 1896. 
July 21,1896. 
July 8, 1896. 
July 22, 1896. 
July 23, 3896. 

JulySO, 189R. 
September 30, 1896. 

December 19, 1894. 
January 3, 1895. 

Jnnu'\ry20, 1895. 
March U. 1895. 
April 3, 1895. 

May 6,1895. 
May 22, 1895. 
June 12, 1895. 

July 20, 1895. 
August 8. 1895. 
October 9, 1895. 

October 31, 1895. 
November 11, 1895. 
December 10, 1895. 

December 12, 1895. 
December 19, 1895. 
January 11, 1896. 
February 7, 1896. 
February 10, 1896. 

February 11, 1896. 
February 15, 1896. 

February 24, 1896. 
April 9, 1896. 
July 24. 1896. 
July 30. 1896. 
November 30, 1894. 

December 6, 1894. 
December 14. 1894. 
December 28, 1894. 
February 6. 1895. 
February 11, 1895. 



May27, 18?5. 
June 29, 1895. 
Augusts, 1895 
August 10. 1895. 
October 11, 1895. 

December 9, 1895. 

January 3, 1896. 

January 20, 1896. 

April 21, 1896. 
May 16. 1896. 
July 22. 1896. 
August 3, 1«96. 
Auffust 1,1896. 
August 15, 1895. 
November 1, 1894. 
November 12, 1894. 



123 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OP COMPANY. 



When Filbd. 



Wasson (VV. G.) Co. — Articles of Association 

Walker (E. W.) & Stutz Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Winamno Electric Li^ht and Power Co.— Articles of Association . . 

West Lebanon (ias. Oil and Mineral Co. — Articles of Incorporation . 

Wilson (W.) Lumber Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Wortbington Lumber Co.— Articles of Association 

Wabasb Fuel Co.— Articles of Association 

Woman's Economic Club— Articles of Incorporation .... ... 

West Lafayette Building and Loan Association — Increase of Capital 
Stock . . 

Winona Assembly and Summer School— Articles of Association . . . 

World Medicine Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Washington Coal Co.— Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Woodruff Place Light, Heat, Power and Water Supply Co.— Articles 
of Incorporation ... 

Wayne International Building and Loan Association— Increase of 
Capital Stock 

West Indianapolis Savings and Loan Association, No. 2 — Articles of 
Incorporation .... 

Wagner (The) Glass Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Waupaca Novelty Works— Articles of Incorporation 

Wadsworth Co —Articles of Association 

Western Engineering and Contracting Co. — Articles of Incorporation 

Waidlieh Bugey Body Co —Articles of Incorporation 

Wawasee Yacht Club — Articles of Association 

Williams Manufacturing Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Wright (H. A.) Co.— Articles of Association 

Winthrnp Elevator Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

White River Valley Canning Co.— Articles of Incorporation 

Wabash Bridge and Iron Works— Articles of Incorporation 

Whitney & Fletcher— Articles of Incorporation 

Wheel (The) Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Whitingi Elfo. Magyorr Festoer Egylet- Articles of Incorporation . 

White Fruit House — Articles of Incorporation . . . . . 

Wayne (The) Farmers' Insurance Company— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion 

Warren County Dry Goods Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

White Chemical Company — Articles of As.^ociation 

Winona (The) Publishing Company— Articles of Association 

Wabash (The) Mercantile Company— Articles of Association 

Wolf (The* Club— Articles of Association ■ . 

West Marion Citizens' Natural Gas Company, "Limited," of Marion, 
Ind. — Articles ot Association ... 

Walnut Grove (The) Cooperative Natural Gas Company— Articles of 
Association 

Walkerton iThe) Water-works Company — Articles of Association . . 

WescElwood (The) Land and Improvement Company— Articles of 
Association 

Western (The) Gas Construction Company — Increase 

World Building, Loan and Investment Company— Increase .... 

Wooley, J., Jr., Coal Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Wooliseroft, (Thel J. N., Grain Company — Articles of Incorporation. 

West Side (The) Gas Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Woodbury Glass Company— Increase 

West Elwood Land and Improvement Company— Preferred Stock . . 

Widner German Mutual Insurance Association — Articles of Incor- 
poration . . .... 

White (The) Sulphur Wells Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Waveland Mutual Building and Loan Association — Increase 

Wheelman's Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Whrelway (The) League— Articles of Incorporation 

White River Park Association— Article.* of Association 

Washington Saving and Loan Association of Indiana — Articles of 
Association 

Westfield Gas Company — Articles of Association 

Western Oil Comp-.iny — Articles of A s.'ociation . . 

Western Indiana Coal Company— Ainendment of Articles 

West Creek Creamery Company — Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Warrick County Orphans' Home Association — Articles of Incorpora- 
tion .... . . . 

Windsor Drug and Spice Company— Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Ward Brothers' Drug Company— Articles of Incorporation 

Western Horseman- Articles of Incorporation 

Wayne Knitting Works — Articles of Incorporation 

Wheelmen's Accident Association- Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Wabash Oil Company (The)— Articles of Incorporation 



November 19, 1894. 
December 3,1894. 
December 1,1894. 
December 5, 1894. 
December 13, 1894, 
December 28, 1894. 
January 29, 1895. 
February 3, 1895. 

February 7,1895. 
February 13, 1895. 
February 28. 1895. 
March 11, 1895. 

March 11, 1895. 

March 15, 1895. 

March 26, 1895. 
April 3, 1895. 
April 23, 1895. 
April 27, 1895. 
May 2, 1895. 
May 9,1895. 
May 31, 1895. 
June 4, 1895. 
June 17, 1895. 
June 19,1895. 
July 12, 1895. 
July 17. 1895. 
July 22, 1895. 
August 3, 1895. 
August 3,1895. 
August 5,1895. 

AuBust 7,1895. 
August 28, 1895. 
September 10, 1895. 
September 14, 1895. 
September 20, 1895. 
October 8, 1895. 

October 11, 1895. 

October 15, 1895. 
October 22. 1895. 

November 1, 1895. 
November 14, 1895. 
November 15, 1895. 
November 30, 1895. 
December 3,1895. 
December 23. 1895. 
Januar.v 17, 1896. 
January 29, 1896. 

January 30, 1896. 
February 1,1896. 
February 18, 1896. 
February 26, 1 
February 28, 
March 3,1896. 

March 19, 1896. 
March 19, 1896. 
March 19. 1896 
April 2,1896. 
April 13, 1896. 

April 17, 1896. 
April 17. 1896. 
April 28,1896. 
April 30. 1896. 
May 5, 1896. 
May 20, 1896. 
Junes, 1896. 



124 



ARTICLES OF ASSOCIATION— Continued. 



NAME OP COMPANY. 



When Filed. 



Woman's Exchange ([ndianapolis) — Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Wabash Mining and Investment Company— Articles of Incorporation 

WalJron Lodge, No. 422, Knights of Pythias— Articles of Incorpora- 
tion ... 

White, A. R., Company — Articles of Incorporation 

West Indianapolis Saving and Loan Association — Increase of Cap- 
ital Stock 

Weaver Coal Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Warsaw Dminage and Sewer Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Wanaka Lodge, No. 432, Knights of Pythias — Articles of Incorpora- 
tion . . 

Wilding, J. W., Company — Articles of Incorporation 

Wayne Baking Ci^mpany — Articles of Incorporation 

Wood-Weaver Printing Company — Articles of Incorporation . . . . 

Wright Magnetic Medicine Company— Articles of Incorporation . . 

Watson-Lit'le Coal Company — Articles of Incorporation ...... 

Wnshington Land and I mprovement Company of Terre Haute, Ind. — 
Articles of Incorporation ... .... 

Young Men's Hebrew Charity Association of South Bend — Articles of 
Incorporation . . . . . 

Young Men's Hope Lodge, No. 9, of Evansville — Articles of Incor- 
poration . . ... .".... 

Young Men's (The) Saving and Loan Association — Articles of Incor- 
poration . . 

Young Men's Christian Association— Articles of Incorporation . . . 

Zeller-McClellom & Company — Articles of Incorporation 



June 3, 1896 
June 22, 1896. 

June 18, 1896. 
June 24, 1896. 

June 29, 1896. 
July 6, 1896. 
July 21, 1896. 

July 16,1896. 
August 6, 1896. 
August 19, 1896. 
August 14,1896. 
September 1,1896. 
September 8, 1896. 

October 20,1896. 

May 18, 1895. 

November 9, 1895. 

January 3, 1896. 
January 18. 1896. 
March 14, 1896. 



125 



NOTARIES PUBLIC. 



ADAMS COUNTY. 



NAMES. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 






.January 9, 1 895 






February 14. 1895. 
March 14, 1895. 










April 24, 1895. 
July 27, 1895 
August 3. 1895. 
August 20, 1895. 
August 31, 1895. 
September 30, 1895. 
December 7, 1895 


B W Sholty . • 








S. A. M Butcher 








John Sohurger 


Decitur 


George R. Dickerson 




December 11 1895 




December 24. 1895. 


F. M. Schirmeyer 




•lanuary 10, 189(i 






January 14, 1896. 
January 14. 1896. 
January 29. 1896 
February 18. 1896. 
March 10, 1896. 












Decatur .... 


A. P. Beatty 






April 14, 1896. 
April 15, 1896. 
May 14, 189-1. 
June 2, 1896. 


D B Ford . . . 


New Corydon 


T. M.Galloly . . 

F. M. Cnttrell 


Berne 


T. W. Watts 


June 4, 1896. 






June 30, 1896. 






Octuber 7, 1896. 









ALLEN COUNTY. 



Mathias Hollopeter . . 
Geor«re F. Felts .... 
John F. Radabaugh . 
Clemens A. Rekers . . 
Alice M. Bengnot . . 
Elizabeth U. Lincoln . 
Kajetan J. Bauer . . . 
A. F. Glutting 
Wm. J. Lennert. 
Frederick W. Kuhne . 
Henrietta Sclatter . . 
George L). Crane . . 
Augustus A. Chapin . 
Annie 0. Bnurie . . 
William Kirkhnm • . 
Charles H. Worden 
William Beck . . . ■ 

Julius J. Bme 

Louis F. Curdes. . . . 
Lydia S. Burtf^h. . . 
Joseph H. Holloway . 
Peter W. !>chrader 
Elijah W. Meeks . . 
George W. Wilbur . . 
Joseph R. Lowry . . 
Frederick A. Williams 
William J. Vesey . . . 
Hattie L. Beohm . . . 
John C. Be ihler. . . . 
Henry E. Fischer . . 
Cornelius Farreli . . . 
J.J.Peters . . 

William E. Colerick . 

Ava Eckles 

Robert B. Dreibleliss . 



Cedarville . . 

Ft. Wayne. . 

Ft. Wayne. . 

Ft. Wayne. . 

Ft. Wayne. . 

Ft. Wayne. . 

Ft. Wayne. . 

Ft. Wayne. . 

Ft. Wayne. . 

Ft. Wayne. . 

Leo 

Ft. Wayne, . 

Ft. Wayne. . 

Ft. Wayne. . 

Ft Wayne. . 

Ft. Wayne. . 

Ft. Wayne. . 

Ft. Wayne. . 

Ft. Wayne. . 

Ft. Wayne. . 

Ft. Wayne. . 
Ft. Wayne. 
Monroeville . 
Chamberlain 

Ft. Wayne. . 

Harlan. . . 

Ft. Wayne. . 

Ft. Wayne. . 

Ft. Wayne. . 

Ft. Wayne. . 

Sheldon . . 

Monroeville . 

Ft. Wayne. . 

Harlan. . . . 

Ft. Wayne. . 



November 9, 1894. 
November In, 1894. 
November 13,1894. 
November 19,1894. 
November 23, 1894. 
November 23. 1894. 
November 30, 1894. 
November 30, 1894. 
December 12, 1894. 
December 18, 1894. 
December 18, 1894. 
December 19. 1894. 
December 20. 1894. 
January 3, 1895. 
January 4. 1895. 
January 25, 1895. 
February 4, 1895. 
February 7, 1895. 
February 7. 1895. 
February 15, 1895. 
February 16, 1895. 
February 27, 1895. 
March 2, 1895. 
March 13. 1895. 
March 13, 1895. 
March 25, 1895. 
April 10. 1895. 
April 25, 1895. 
April 29. 1895. 
May 2. 1895. 
May 27, 1895. 
May 27, 1895. 
June 3, 1895. 
June 8, 1895. 
June 17, 1895. 



126 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

ALLEN COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date op Commissiok. 



William P. Breen 

Jeremiah F. Sehell . . . . 

John C Cain 

Allan H. Dougall 

L. A. Hirous. 

Clayton A. Lindermuth. . 

Judson W. Wells 

Peter A- Thompson . . . . 
William T. Brackenridge, 

Daniel Ryan 

H. R.Kuhne 

Henry C. Schrader . . . . 

John P. Nash 

Sidney C. Lumbard . . . . 

Edward (i. Riker 

H.I.Smith 

George S. Miller 

Clara B. Miller 

A. R. Hirous 

Winifred Johnston . . . . 
Charles W. Kuhne . . . , 
Andrew H. Bittinger . . . 
Samuel P. Swayne . . . , 
Edward J. Woodworth . . 

John B. Monning 

Nathaniel C. Miller. . , 

Ernest W.Cook 

George W. McKee 

Clara M. Ropa 

Caroline A. Wilson . . , 

M. J. Blitz 

Andrew A Purman . . . 

Phil. J. Rauh 

Thos. F. Golden 

Alice Miller 

Joseph F. Bickel 

Horace E. Adams . . . . 
Charles H. Moore . . . , 
Geo. W. Diffendorfer . . . 

William J. Holt 

H. W. Dickman 

A.M. Krudop 

Homer T. Dick 

D. B.Ninde 

G. M. Hoffmann 

Wm. Miller 

E. V, Harris 

C. H. Gott 

C. E. Edgerton , 

C. A. Horton 

O.N. Heaton 

Wm.E.Clapham .... 
Charles Tressett . . . . , 
George B. Googan . . . . 

C. D.Rodgers 

Winnefred S. Spalding . , 

Martin Connett 

Emmi C. Gotshall . . . , 

John Kimble - 

Noah Bergman 

Bayles Swiit , 

Kate M. McAllister . . 
Frank S. Lightfoot . . . , 
Chichester Holder . . . , 
Albert E.Thomas ... 



Ft, Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Harlan. . . 
Kt. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Monroeville 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne. 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Harlan . . 
Hoagland . 
Zanesville 
Kt. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Areola . . 
New Haven 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Woodburn 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 
Ft. Wayne 



June 17,1895. 
July 6, 1895. 
July 24, 1895. 
July 26,1895. 
July 31, 1895. 
August 1, 1895. 
August 9. 1895. 
August 15, 1895. 
August 24, 1895. 
September 15, 1895. 
September 26, 1895. 
October 4, 1895. 
October 7. 1895. 
October 11, 1895. 
October 16, 1895. 
October 22. 1895, 
October 30. 1895. 
November 16, 1895. 
November 29, 1895. 
December 14, 1895. 
December 17, 1895. 
December 23, 1«95. 
December 23, 1895, 
December 26, 1895. 
January 14, 1896, 
January 14, 1896. 
January 22, 1896. 
January 22, 1896. 
January 23, 1896. 
February 1, 1896. 
February 3, 1896. 
February 14, 1896. 
February 25, 1896. 
February 27, 1896. 
February 27. 1896. 
March 16, 1896. 
March 24, 1896. 
March 27. 1896. 
April 6. 1896. 
April 14, 1896. 
April 22, 1896. 
April 22. 1896. 
May 2, 1896. 
May 2, 1896. 
May 11, 1896. 
May 15, 1896. 
May 16, 1896. 
May 16, 1896. 
June 4, 1896. 
June 9, 1896. 
June 26. 1896. 
July 7, 1896. • 
July 24, 1896. 
July 24, 1896. 
Augusts, 1896. 
Augusts, 1896. 
August 19, 1896. 
August 19, 1896. 
August 13, 1896. 
September 24. 1896. 
October 3, 1896. 
October 12, 1896. 
October 14, 1896. 
October 19, 1896. 
October 21, 1896. 



127 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 
BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



Martin V.Jewell . . 
Minnie B. Jones . . . 

Lizzie Clist 

Blanche M Hamilton 
Benjimin F. JonfS . . 
William K. Newcomb 
John W. Morgan . . . 
William H. Wallace . 
Ezra H.PIeak . . . 
Mary E. McQueen . . 
Horace M. Ferris . . . 

MatiieShultz 

J. C. Laughlin . . . 
Wm.T. CHriniohael . 
William W.Lambert 
J. Will Callahan . . . 
Cha'les Hamblen 
Richard F. Uottschalk 
Thos. E. Davidson . . 
John M. Hickey . . . 
Cyrus U. Clapp .... 
Lewis Mobley .... 
Amos Bolinger . . . 
Elmer L. Wi liams . . 
Marshall Hacker . . 
William.son T. Hager 
Joseph D. Hunter . . 

David 8tobo 

Cassius M.Rominger . 
Plavius J. Beck .... 
Minnie R.Smith . . . 

James P. Oox 

Wm. M. Waitman ■ . 
Hughs. Quick . . . . 
John Mahoney .... 
John W. Donaker . . 



Columbus . . . 
Columbus . . . 
Elizabethtown 
Columbus . . . 
Columbus . . . 
Columbus . . . 
Columbus . . . 
Columbus . . . 
(Clifford . . . . 
Ciitford . . . . 
Columbus . . . 
Columbus . . . 
Columbus . . . 
Walefboro . . 
Columbus . . . 
Columbus . . . 
Columbus . . . 
Columbus . . . 
Columbus . . . 
Columbus . . . 
Grammar • . . 
Columbus . . 
Columbus . . . 
Columbus . . . 
Columbus . . . 
Clifford . . . 
Columbus . . . 
Columbus . . . 

Hope 

Hartsville . . . 
Columbus . . . 
Columbus . . . 
Columbus . . . 
Jnnesville . . . 
Columbus . . . 
Columbus . . . 



November 30, 1894. 
December 18, 1894. 
December 20. 1894. 
January 3, 189i. 
January 3. 1895. 
January 26, 1895. 
January 28, 1895. 
March 4, 1895. 
March 19, 1895. 
March 23. 1895. 
April 6. 1895. 
April 12, 1895. 
July 12, 1895. 
July 31, 18^5. 
August 9, 1895. 
August 13, 1895. 
Augu,«t24, 1895. 
September Ifi, 1895. 
September 17, 1895. 
September 18, 1895. 
September 30, 1895. 
September 30, 1895. 
October 12, 189i. 
October 21, 1895. 
November 15, 1895. 
December 4, 1895. 
January 3, 1896. 
January 20,1895. 
February 21, 1896. 
March 9,1896. 
March 19. 1896. 
March 26,1896. 
March 26, 1896. 
April 1,1896. 
May 14, 1896. 
June 25, 1896. 



BENTON COUNTY. 



Warren W. Wilson 


Raub 

Fowler 

Fowler 


December 31, 1894. 


George I. Richmire 








Charles B. McConnell 

Louis Snyder 


Ambia 

Fowler 


January 19. 1895. 
July 29, 1895. 


John C. Bartindale . 


Otterbein 


January 11, 1896. 


A. B. Cheney . . 


Talbot. 


February 19. 1896. 
March 6, 1896. 
Marcb 9, 1896. 


Dawson Smith 


Fowler 

Talbot . . 


Wm. F. Swxn 


Swanington 

Oxford . ... 


March 21, 1896. 


Charles F. Zeis 


March 24,1896. 


Frank J Miller. . . . 


Oxford 

Fowler 


July 9, 1896. 




July 14, 1896. 


John Knuble 


Fair Oaks 

Fowler 


August 13, 1896. 


Frank Pagett 


Aueu.st 25. 1896. 


Paul D.Talbott 


Earl Park 


September 1, 1896. 









128 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 
BLACKFORD COUNTY, 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



P. V. Schermfrhorn. 
Cary A. Faughinbaugh . 

John E. Mason 

John Burns 

Elisha Pierce 

Artmus W. Learned . . 
James T. Traut . . 

Luther B. Simmons. . . 
Benjamin G.Shinn . . 
John T. Rook . . . 

Abraham S. Hurt . . . . 
Fred Allen Seiberling . 
Joseph H. Rhoads. . . , 
Thomas A.Kegerries . . 
Q-. Rayhouser . . . 

William H. Honey . . . 

Harry H. Nill 

Wm. H. Pursley 

Aaron M. Waltz 

Henry S. Hargo 

Joe H.Twibeli . . . . 
Charles F. Smith . . . . 
Enoch D.MofFette . . . 
J. R. Stein man . . . . 
Eugene M.Shinn . . . . 

Wm. iM. Page 

S. B. Fleming 

J. M. Reasoner . . . . 
Isaac R. Harrold . . . , 
John A. Bonham . . . . 
A. B. Emshmiller. . . . 
Hermon E. Robbins. . . 
Mareellus M. Powell . . 
William H. Spencer. . , 



Montpelier . 
Montpelier. . 
Montpelier . 
Montpelier 
Hartford City 
Hartford City 
.Hartford City 
Hartlord City 
Hartf*>rd City 
Dunkirk . , . 
Montpelier . 
Montpelier . 
Hartford Cily 
Hartford City 
Montpelier . 
Montpelier . 
Montpelier . 
Hartford City 
Hartford City 
Hartford City 
Montpelier . 
Montpelier . 
Hartford City 
Montpelier . 
Hartford City 
Montpelier 
Hartford City 
Hartford City 
Roll ... . 
Hartford City 
Hartford City 
Millgrove 
Hartford City 
Hartford City 



November 15, 1894. 
November 15,1894. 
November 27, 1894. 
December 26, 1894. 
December 27, 1894. 
December 29, 1894. 
March 26, 1895. 
April 11,1895. 
April 16, 1895. 
May 14, 1895. 
May 17, 1895. 
May 25, 1895. 
June 26, 1895. 
July 13, 1895. 
July 26, 1895. 
August 20, 1895. 
September 25, 1895. 
October 24, 1895. 
November 13, 1895. 
November 14, 1895. 
December 27, 1895. 
January 20, 1896. 
January 28, 1896. 
March 6, 1896. 
February 28. 1896. 
March 16, 1896. 
April 20, 1896. 
May 1, 1896. 
June 20, 1896. 
July 6, 1896. 
July 20, 1896. 
August 18, 1896. 
August 25, 1896. 
October 27, 1836. 



BOONE COUNTY. 



David M. Burns. . . . 
Lee H. Miles .... 
Charles M. Zion. . . . 
John L. Lewis .... 
George Lyster. • . . 
Harry E Huntington 
Adam H. Hawn. . . . 
Salathial I. Gillam . . 
Ira M. Sharp . . 

William B. Gibson . . 
Willibaldt Englehardt 
Harvey M. Cruttes . . 

A.J.Shelby 

Isaac H. Palmer 
Henry A. Kernodle . . 
Angus M. Lucas . . . 
Henry S. Peters. . . 
Thomas H. Melson . . 
Harrie Limpus .... 
Henry C. Brush .... 
Ciiiton C. Utter. . . 
John VV-DonaHson. . 
Ellis G.Darnell. . . . 
Henry L. Moore. 
Benjamin F.Whitaker 
Henry C. Ulen, Jr. . . 

J. S. Harrison 

Patrick .1. Ryan. . . . 
B. F.RatclifiFe 



Lebanon. 
Cason . . 
Lebanon. . 
Lebanon. 
Thorn town 
Reese's Mill 
Lebanon. . 
Lebanon. . 
Thorn town 
Jamestown 
Zionsville . 
Advance . . 
Lebanon. . 
Jamestown 
Advance. . 
Lebanon. 
Whitestown 
Advance. . 
Lebanon. 
Lebanon. . 
Lebanon. 
Whitestown 
Lebanon. . 
Lebanon. . 
Lebanon. . 
Lebanon. . 
Lebanon. . 
Lebanon. 
Lebanon. . 



November 19, 1894. 
November 23, 189t. 
November 30, 1894. 
December 6,1894. 
December 13, 1894. 
January 4, 1895. 
January 15, 1895. 
February 2, 1895. 
February 23. 1895. 
March 5, 1895. 
March 11, 1895. 
March 25, 1895. 
May 11, 1895. 
May 17, 1895. 
June 11,1895. 
July 5, 1895. 
July 31, 1895. 
Augusts, 1895. 
September 3,1895. 
September 26, 1895. 
October 10, 1895. 
October 15,1895. 
October 17,1895. 
November 29, 1895. 
December 4,1895. 
December 5,1895. 
December 7, 1895. 
December 13, 1895. 
December 14, 1895» 



129 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

BOONE COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 






December 18, 1895. 


William B. Henry 




January 27. 1896. 
January 31, 1896. 


Royalton 

White Lick 




February 17, 1896. 
March 7, 1896. 


D. C.Taylor. 






April 1, 1896. 
May 18, 1896. 


Henry C. Wills 


Lebanon 


Charles E Kendall 




August 7, 1896 


Robert W. Roberts 




August 10, 1896. 
August 18, 1896. 
September 16, 1896. 
September 21, 1896. 
September 26, 1896. 






Madison T. Pedigo 

C. S.F.Neal 


Lebanon 

Lebanon 

Lebanon 

Lebanon . 




Lulu Scott 


October 1, 1896. 



BROWN COUNTY. 



Thomas E. Swain . 
Isaac A. Chandler 
John T.Ping 
Henry B. Poling 
Frank P. Taggart. 
Isaiah B. Clifr 
Joseph G. Griffitt . 
James M. Jones. . 
C. W. Spurgean . . 
Horace A. Taggart 



Pike's Peak . . 
Elkinsville . . 
New BellsviUe 
Needmore . . . 
Nashville . . . 
Cleona. . . . 
Story . . . 
Nash<ille . . . 
Lackman . . . 
Siory 



November 26, 1894. 
November 26, 1894. 
November 28, 1894. 
December 3, 1894. 
January 17, 1895. 
January 31, 1895. 
January 31, 1895. 
December :-', 1695. 
March 11, 1896. 
July 23, 1896. 



CAEROLL COUNTY. 



John M. Newer . 
William C. Smith . . 
Thomas H. Britton 
William Bradshaw 
Victor L. Ricketts , 
Charles B. Nobes . . 
Joseph Studebaker 
James L. Weaver . . 
Harriet Gros • . . , 
John H. Cartwright 
William R. Stewart 
James K. Cromer , . 
William A. Pruitt . 
Newberry J. Howe . 
Lewis B Si I s . . . 
John L. Sims . . 

Walter T. Hardy . . 
Charles L.Milroy . 
A. R. Ball. . 
John C Odell . . , 
John R. Lane . . . , 
John I. Viney . . , 
L. M Alexander . . 
Hezekiah Robinson 
Lewis Gros . . . . 
Wm.T. Boyd . . . 
Joseph W. Gwinn . 
AnnaB.Noland . . 



Deer Creek 
Delphi . . . 
Burlington 
Delphi. . . 
Delphi. . . 
Flora . . . 
Flora . . . 
Delphi. . . 
Delphi. . . 
Delphi . . . 
Delphi. . . 
Flora . . . 
Flora . . . 
Delphi. . . 
Delphi. . . 
Delphi . . . 
Delphi. . . 
Delphi. . . 
Delphi. . . 
Delphi. . 
Pittsburg 
Burlington 
Yeoman . . 
Burrows . 
Delphi. . . 
Delphi. . 
Burlington 
Delphi. . . 



November 15. 1894. 
November 28. 1894. 
February 6. 1895. 
February 28, 1895. 
March 20,1895. 
March 25, 1895. 
March 27, 1895. 
April 13. 1895. 
April 18, 1895. 
April 24, 1895. 
June 18, 18S5. 
August 8, 1895. 
Augu.'t 20, 1895. 
September 10, 1895. 
September 19, 1895. 
September 19. 18f5. 
October 10, 1895. 
January £0,1896. 
January 21. 1896. 
March 14, 1896. 
March 17, 1896. 
April 21, 1896. 
May 12. 1896. 
June 18, 1896. 
June 18, 1893. 
June 20, 1896. 
September 10, 1896. 
September 14, 1896. 



9— Sec. State. 



130 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

CASS COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



WillardC.Fitzer 

Homer Kessler 

Allen Richardson 

J.H.Walters ..... 
Emma Cornwell .... 
George M. Goodrich . . . 
Elwood G. Wilson .... 

Seth M. Velsey 

Junia Weyand 

AValter G. Zahrt 

Charles A. iSmith .... 
Carrie M. DeWolf .... 

Anni Strain 

Jessie Walter ...... 

E. D.Closson 

F. H. Wippsrman . . . 

John W. Markley 

Thomas I. Chase 

Jennie Washburn .... 

Zoe Qaintance 

Samuel J. Beck 

T. H. tstetler 

Robert E. Dean 

Alexander R. Shroyer . . 
Aurora M. Edwards . . ■ 
Benjamin F. Barnett . . . 

Charles J. Sine 

Harley A. Jones 

George A. Gamble .... 
Oliver B. Sargent . . . . . 

John H. Tudor 

Carrie Baggs 

James C. Newer 

C.G.Dodge 

Benjamin B. Richards . . 
Dewitt C. Justice .... 
William W. Williams . . 

Claude C. Bishop 

Thomas J. Peden . . . 
Maurice J. WinQeld . . . 

George P. Chase 

Mary J. Coekburn .... 

James A. Cotner 

Maud Miller 

Frank M.Kistler 

Charles 0. Heffley .... 
Joseph T. McNary . . •. . 
William Shanahan .... 
S. E. Mulholland ... 
Charles A. Dunkleberg, Jr 
Andrew J. Sutton . . . . 

George C. Tabor 

Dyer B. McConnell .... 
May McConnell .... 
Nellie Bikelburner .... 
George S. Kistier .... 
Joseph H. Penrose . . . . 

Lemuel R. Day 

John L. Clouse 

W.P.Beall . . . 

Samuel S. H'ipkinson . . 

Frank V. (juthrie 

L.S Purcell 

Adam H. Felker 

John W. H:>rvey 

Thomas B. Reeder .... 
Simon Burris . . . . . 
James A . VVest .... 
James H. Thomas .... 
Williirn Powell, Sr . . . 
Carrie Z. Moor a 



Logansport . . . 
Logansport . . . 
Logansport . . . 
Logansport . . . 
Logansport . . . 
Royal Center . . 
Logansport . . . 
Logansport . . 
Logansport . . . 
Longcliff . . . 
Logansport . . . 
Logan. sport . . 
Logansport' . . . 
Loganspc.rt . . . 
Logansport . . . 
Logan.sport . . 
Logansport 
Logansport . . , 
liogansport . . . 
Logansport ._ . , 
Youn? America 
Logansport . . 
New Waverly . . 
Logansport . . 
Logansport . . 
Logansport . . 
Logansport . . 
Logansport . . 
Logansport . . 
Logansport . . 
Logansport . . 
Logansport . . 
Ligansport . . 
Ligansport . . 
Galveston . . . 
Logansport . . 
Lucerne . . . 
Logansport . . 
Logansport . . 
Logansport . . 
Logansport . . 
Logansport . . 
Logansport . . 
Logansport . . 
Logansport . . 
Logansport . . 
Logansport . . 
Logansport . . 
Logansport . . 
Logansport 
Logansport . . 
Logansport . . 
Logansport . . 
Logansport . . 
Logmsport . . 
Logansport . . 
Logansport . . 
Royal Center . 
Hoover .... 
Walton . . . 
Royal Center . 
Logansport 
Logansport . . 
Logansport . . 
Logansport . . 
Logansport . . 
Onward . . 

Logansport 
Royal Center . 
Logansport . . 
Logmsport . . 



November 7, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 21, 1894. 
December 1, 1894. 
December 14, 1894. 
December 22, 1894. 
January 2, 1895. 
January 17, 1895. 
January 17, 1895. 
January 23, 189i. 
January 24, 1895. 
February 5, 1895. 
February 5, 1895. 
February 6, 1895. 
February fi, 1895. 
February 10. 1895. 
February 18, 1895. 
March 20, lb95. 
April 5, 1895. 
April 5,1895. 
April 5,1895. 
April 9, 1895. 
April 1'^, 1895. 
April 20, 1895. 
May 8, 1895. 
May 16, 1895. 
May 22, 1895. 
May 25, 1895. 
June 3, 1895. 
June 6,1895. 
June 12, 1895. 
July 3.1895. 
July 11, 1895. 
July 15, 1895. 
July 16. 1895. 
July 24, 1895. 
Augut 1,1895. 
August 14. 1895. 
August 24, 1895. 
August '29, 1895. 
August 30, 1895. 
September 3, 1895, 
September 21, 1895. 
October 17, 1895. 
October 18, 1895. 
November 6,1895. 
November 12, 1895. 
November 12, 1895. 
December 3, 1895. 
December 23, 1895. 
December 26,1895. 
December 27, 1895. 
January 29, 1896. 
January 29, 1896. 
February 18, 1896. 
February 24, 1896. 
March 2,1896. 
March 17, 1896. 
April 22, 1896. 
May 3, 1896. 
May 11, 1896. 
May 15,1896. 
May 16, 1896. 
June 15, 1896. 
June 24, 1896. 
July 14, 1896. 
July 16, 1896. 
July 31, 1896. 
September 21, 1896. 
September 29, 1896. 
October 21, 1896. 



131 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 
CLARK COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 




Jeffersonville 

Charlestown 

Jeffersonville 


November 23, 189t. 




November 26, lh91. 


Thomas B.Rader 


Decemh(rl8. 1894. 
December ^7. 1894. 


Cornelius D. Hunter . . 

Elias J. Bayless 




January 7, 18d5. 


Charlestown 

Owen 

Jeffersonville 

Jeffersonville 

Jeffersonville 

Otisco 

Jeffersonville 

Jeffersonville 

Memphis 

Jeffersonville 

Jeffersonville 

Jeffersonville 

Jeffersonville 

Jeffersonville 

Utica 


January 29. 1895. 
Februarv 15, 1895. 




March 'J8. 1895. 




May 16, 1895. 




May 16, 1S95. 


Sargent W. Evans 


July 12, 1895. 
July 23, 1895. 


Frank R Willey 


July 27, 1895. 




August 6, 1895. 




August 14, lh95. 


Frank W Carr 


September IS, 1895. 




September 25, 1895. 




October 2, 189S. 


Thomas M.Passwater 

WiniaTYi .T Tvlpr , . 


Octobers, .895. 
November 8, 1895. 


Matthew H.Dunlevy 




December :■;(•. 1895. 


Charlestown 

Henri ville 


January Ifi, 1896. 




April 22, 1896. 


Henry H.Beacher .... 

W H Hosea 


Owen ■ . 

Underwood 

Jeffersonville 


October IS, 1896. 
October 13, 1896. 




October 21, 1896. 







CLAY COUNTY. 



Frank A. Horner . . . . 
Charles B. Matson . . . . 

Will T.Moss 

William L. Chamberlain . 
Nelson W. Marshall . . 

Jason W. Brown 

Ira Holland 

Robert L. McCowan . . . 

James A. McNutt 

A. W.Knieht . . . . 

W.W. McGregor 

Silas Foulke 

James F. Lankford . . . . 

W. S. Geiger 

Noel W. Williams . . . 

A. J. Fulkerson 

Robert L. Keith 

Judge S. Bacbelder . . . . 
John Charles Kidd . . 
Charles (i. McClintoch . . 
Cullen Bradley . . . . 
Stukely Campbell . . . , 

James L. Burns 

L.C.Phillips 

William N. Grimes . . . , 

A.M. Storm 

George B Law 

Walter C. Smith . . , 

Owen T.Stark 

John M. Rawley . . . . 

Daniel S. Maurer 

Anna Jenkins 

Wm. P. Luther 

Georgia B.K' llo?g . . . . 
Charles H. Knight . . . . 

E. D.Miller. 

Harry D.Falls ..... 

Jacob Herr 

OttoT.Cailor 



Brazil ..... 

Brazil 

Brazil 

Poland 

Coffee 

Saline City . • . 
Brazil (resigned) 
Knightsville. . . 

Brazil 

Brazil 

Clay City . . . . 

Cory 

Martz 

Bowling Green . 

Brazil 

<!lay City .... 
Brazil . . . . 

(■Jreencastle . . . 

Brazil 

Staunton . , . . 
Eaglesfield . . . 

Brazil 

Brazil 

Carbon. . . . 

Center Point. . . 
Clay City . . . . 
Brazil . . 

Bowling Green . 

Brazil 

Brazil 

Brazil 

Brazil 

Brazil 

Brazil 

Brazil 

Brazil 

Brazil 

Brazil 

Brazil 



November 30,1894. 
Deceiuber 1. J894. 
December 14. 1«94. 
December 2?. 1894. 
January 11,1<>95 
February 1, 1895. 
February 2, 1895. 
February 7, 1895. 
February 8, 1895. 
February 19, 1895. 
March 2, 1895. 
March 21, 1895. 
March 21.1895. 
April 9, 1895. 
April 23, 1895. 
June 4, 1895., 
July 1.1895 
July 17, 1S95. 
July 18, 1895. 
July 24. 1895. 
August 13. 1895. 
Septembers, 1895. 
September 4, 1895. 
September 14, 1895. 
September 17, 1895. 
September 27. 1895. 
October 11. 1895. 
October 18, 18H5. 
October 28. 1895. 
November 11, 1895. 
November 26. 1895. 
January 9. 1896. 
January 29, 1896. 
Februiry 1. 1896. 
March 6. 1896. 
iManh 25. lf'96. 
April 7, 1896. 
April 21. 1896. 
May 8, 1896. 



132 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

CLA.Y COUNTY -Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 


J.T.Gardner 


Clay City 


June 4, 1896. 


Albert Piyne 


June 13,1896. 


Arthur H. Ratcliflfe 




June 21, 1896. 


William H. 8eiders 


Brazil 

Clay City 


July 15, 1898 


George W. Wiltsie 


August 17, 1896. 
September 8, 1896. 






Gener il S. Payne 


Clav City 


September 11, 1896. 
October 27, 1896. 
October 27, 1896. 


John W. Sutton 

Francis B. Shepherd 


Martz 









CLINTON COUNTY. 



Martin A. Morrison 
William A. Staley . . 
Newton A. Logan . . 
John A. Merrick ■ . . 
John B. tiildersleeve 
Joseph A. Ricketts 

Hiram Searcy 

Asa H. Boulden . . 
John H. Amos .... 
Robert Huffman . : . 
H.C.Sheridan . . . . 
Eli T. Michael .... 
James M Sims .... 
James I. Miller .... 
Joseph C Suit .... 
William F. Palmer . 
Mathias H. Death . . 
William S.Sims . . . 
David H. Lutz .... 
H. B. Collins .... 
Dallas S. Holman . . 
David P. Earner . . 
Wm.F.P.Ga<kell . . 
Horace Peter .... 
Joseph P. Gray .... 
James W. Davis 
William Armstrong 
Francis M. Goldsberry 
James W. Collins . . . 
William R.Moore . . 
John H. Fox . . 

Elmer O.Phillips. . . 

R.M.Gard 

George Davis . . . 
Truman H. Palmer . . 
James R. Brown . . 
Charles F. Cromwell . 
Laura E. Bayless 
Alex R. Clark .... 
Sea bury Merritt . . 
Thomas H. Merrill . . 
J. W. Morrison .... 
John L. Young .... 
Chas. A. Mat hews . . 
Thos.H. W.ide ... 
John J. Rifhards . . . 
Isaiah Bates . . . 

Samuel H. Thompson 
William G. Morris • • 



Frankfort . . . 
Frankfort . . . 
Michigan town 
Middlefork . . 
Pickards Mills 
Frankfort . . . 
Kirklin , . . 
Frankfort . . . 
Kirklin . . . 
Frankfort . . 
Frankfort . . . 
Frankfort . . . 
Mulberry . . . 
Jefferson . . . 
Frankfort . . . 
Frankfort . . . 
Jefferson . . . 
Frankfort . . . 
Rossville . . . 
Frankfort . . 
Frankfort . . . 
Frankfort . . . 
Frankfort . . . 
Mulberry . . . 
Frankfort . . 
Hillisburgh . . 
Frankfort . . . 
Colfax .... 
Frankfort . . 
Frankfort . . 
Hillisburgh . . 
Kirklin .... 
Frankfort . . . 

Colfax 

Frankfort , . . 
Frankfort . . . 
Frankfort . . . 
Frankort . . . 
Rossville . . . 
Frankfort . . 
Michigantown 
Frankfort . . . 
Frankfort . . . 
Scircleville . . 
Mulberry . . . 
Mulberry . . . 
Mulberry . . . 
Kirklin . . 

Frankfort . . 



Novembers. 1894. 
November 13, 1894. 
November 13, 1894. 
November 30, 1894. 
December 18. 1894. 
January 8, 1895. 
January 10, 1895. 
January 19, 1895. 
January 19, 1895. 
January 25, 1895. 
January 29, 1895. 
February 2, 1895. 
February 2, 1895. 
February 21, 1895. 
February 25. 1895. 
March 5, 1895. 
March 11, 1895. 
March 18, 1895. 
April 12, 1895. 
Aprill9, 1895. 
April 23,1895. 
June 11, 1895. 
July 23, 1895. 
August 5, 1895. 
August 19, 1895. 
August 22, 1895. 
August 28, 1895. 
August 30, 1895. 
September 21. 1895. 
October 10, 1895. 
November 19, 1895. 
November 29, 1895. 
January 18, 1896. 
January 21,1896. 
February 4. 1896. 
February 17, 1896. 
February 25, 1896. 
March 9, 1896. 
April 9, 1896. 
April 10, 1896. 
April 16, 1896. 
April 20,1896. 
May 4, 1896. 
May 6, 1896. 
May 6, 1896. 
July 11, 1896. 
August 7, 1896. 
September 18, 1896. 
September 29, 1896. 



133 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 
CRAWFORD COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date oi- Co.mmission. 


W.R.Trowbridge 


Leavenworth 

Leavenworth 


Decembers, 1894. 


James A. Shea 


Decembers, 1894. 
Decembers, 1894. 




Leavenworth 


December 21, 1894. 








Enelish 


February 16, 1895. 


A W Funk ■ 




March 22, 189S. 






April 24, 1895. 




English 


May 2. 1895. 


Hattie Ellsworth 


Leavenworth 

English 


May 20, 1895. 




May 27, 1895. 




Leavenworth 

Leavenworth 

Leiiven worth 

English 


June 24. 1895. 




July 1,1895. 




Julys, 1895. 




Augusts, 1895. 
October?, 1895. 




Leavenworth 

Leavenworth 

English 


Daniel ^.McCullum 


December 17, 1895. 
December 23, 1895. 






January 25, 1896. 




West Fork 

Grantsburg 

Alton 


March 9, 1896. 


Dillon y\ Rothrock 


April 16, 1896. 




April 25,1896. 




Leavenworth 


April 29, 1896. 




May 12,1896. 






June 17, 1896. 


William H Ott ' 


Eckerty 


June 27, 1896. . 




Alton 


August 18, 1896. 




English 


August 26, 1896. 







DAVIESS COUNTY. 



William H. Critchlow 
Willard 0. Williams . 
Richard M. Carr 
William H.Sanford . 
HughF.O'Neall. . . 
Henderson McCafiferty 
Au.-)tin Mattingly . . 
D. Brooks Smoot . . 
Oliver H. McKitrick . 
Clara A. Dasch . . . 
Robert W. Burton . . 
Laura G. Aikman . . 
James H. Fanning . . 
J. E. Williams . . . 
John D. Montgomery 
George Drake . . . . 
Hiram I. Williams . . 
James M. McCord . . 
James L. Clark . . 
William J. Hoffmann 
W Iter F. Palmer . . 
George H. Read . . . 
Samuel Mattingly . . 

John Dasch 

Chloe Abell . . . . . 
Stewart Porter . . . . 
John C. Billheimer . . 
James M. Huff . . . . 
Austin T. Hixon . . . 
L.HughO'Donnell . 
William T. Dickinson 
A. C. Barber . . . . 
James W.Ogdon . - 
Milton S. Hastings . . 
Elijah H.Torney . . . 



Cornettsville 
Washington . 
Washington . 
Washington . 
Washington . 
Washington . 
Washington . 
Glendale . . 
Plainville . . 
Washington . 
Washington . 
Washington . 
Montgomery 
Washington . 
Mnntgomery 
Elnora 
Raglesville . 
Washington . 
Washington , 
Washington . 
Washington . 
Washingron . 
Washington . 
Washington . 
Washington . 
Waco . . 

Washington . 
Washington . 
Montgomery 
Washington . 
Epsom . . . 
Washington . 
Washington . 
Washington . 
Cornettsville 



November 5, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 20, 1894. 
November 23, 1894. 
November 24, 1894. 
December 7. 1894. 
December 14, 1894. 
January 8, 1895. 
January 10, 1895. 
January 11, 1895. 
January 14. 1895. 
January 25, 1895. 
January 29, 1895. 
February 2, 1895. 
February 6, 1895. 
February 6, 1895. 
February 7, 1895. 
February 12, 1895. 
February 21, 1895. 
February 25, 1895. 
February 25, 1895. 
April 5. 1895. 
April 17, 1895. 
April 20, 1895. 
May 25, 1895. 
June 8, 1895. 
June 19, 1895. 
August 8. 1895. 
August 20, 1895. 
August 29, 1895. 
September 6, 1895. 
October 1,1895. 
October 3, 1895. 
October 18, 1895. 
November 4, 1895. 



134 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 
DA.VIESS COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME, 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 






November 13, 1895. 






December 23, 1895. 


William T O'Donald 


"Odon 


January 9, 1896. 


Miles a.O'Neall 

Tolbert Barth ... ... 


Washington 


January 20, 1896. 
February 15, 1896 


Harrison E. Hopewell 

Alexander C. Zwickard 


Washington 

Alfordsville 


February 18, 1895. 
March 14, 1896. 
March 17, 1896, 






April 8, 1896. 






April 9, 1896. 


William Beck 


Washington 

Washington 


May 5, 1896. 


J. M. Van Trees 


June 1. 1896. 


E. P. Meredith 


June 24, 1»96. 


Milton F. Faith 


Washington 


July 30, 1896. 




September 29. 1896. 




Washington 


October 27. 1896. 







DEARBORN COUNTY. 



Warren Tebbs 

John H. Russe 

Anna J. McMullen . . . 
John M. Bossong , , 
Joseph C. Van Dolah . . 
Charles F. Hayes . . . . 

Edward Nead 

Joseph F. Frazer . , , . 
Isabel A. Brogan _ . . 
James 0. Helphenstine. 
Jseeph M. Bossong . . . 
Nicholas Zimmer , . . , 
Frank B. Shutts . . . . 
W.Lyman Tebbs . . . . 
Emma M. Smith . . 
Hamilton A.Conaway 
George M. Roberts 
William H Bain bridge, 
Emerine Stratton Rees, 
Charles R. Rice. . . . , 
George H. Smith . . . , 
C. H Canaway . . . , 
Nicholaus Vogelgesang 

Henry Faber 

J. A. Cornwell . . . . 
John W. Ewbank . . . , 
Martin J. Givnn . . 
Frank J. Theobold . . 
William R. Johnson . . 
H.D.Moore 



Lawrenceburg. 
Lawrfnceburg. 

Aurora 

Chesterville . . 
Dillsboro. . 
Lawrenceburg. 
Kelso. . . 

Lawrenceburg. 
Lawrenceburg. 
Aurora. . . . 
Cold Spring . . 
Yorkville . . . 
Aurora. . . . 
Lawrenceburg. 
Aurora. . . . 
Guionsville 
Lawre' ceburg. 
Lawrenceburg. 
Aurora. 
Holman . . . 
Guilford. . . . 
Dill.-'boro . . . 
New Alsace 
Lawrenceville. 
Aurora. 
Lawrenceburg. 
Lawrenceburg. 
Lawrenceville. 
Lawrenceburg. 
Moore's Hill. . 



November 20, 1894. 
November 30, 1894. 
December 18, 1894. 
December 29, 1894. 
January 14, 1895. 
February 2, 1895. 
Februnry 8, 1895. 
April 1. 1895. 
June 4,1895. 
July 30, 1895. 
July 30, 1895. 
August 29, 1895. 
September 7, 1895. 
September 27. 1895, 
October 8,1895. 
October 11, 1895. 
December 21, 1895. 
January 3,1896. 
January 7, 1896. 
February 21, 1896. 
March 14, 1896. 
March 31, 1896. 
April 18, 1896. 
May 8, 1896. 
June 6, 1896. 
June 11, 1896. 
June 30, 1896. 
July 1, 1896. 
August 20, 1896. 
October 5, 1896. 



DECATUR COUNTY. 



Leroy E. Dobyns . . 
John T. MoCuUough 
Jesse M. Gasion 

0. P.Creath . . . . 

J.W.Craig . . . 

Charles H. Ewing . 

Web Woodfill. . . 

William O.McKee . 

Jno. F. Russell . . 

Charles F, Belser . . 

David A. Myers . . 



Clarksburg 
Westporc . 
Sardinia, . 
Greens hurg 
Greenfburg 
Greensburg 
Greensburg 
Adiims . 
Greensburg 
Greensburg 
Greensburg 



December 4, 1894. 
December 15, 1894. 
December 18, 1894. 
December 24, 1894. 
January 10,1895. 
January 31, 1895. 
April 10, 1895. 
May 15, 1895, 
June 29. 1895. 
July 2, 1895, 
July 9, 1895. 



135 



NOTARIES PUBIJC— Continued. 

DECATUR COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME, 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 




Greensburg 

Greensburg 

Greensburg 


September 28. 1895. 




October 25, 1895. 


Hugh D Wickens 


OetoberSl, 1895. 




November 12, 1895. 


David F Hite 


Clarksburg 

Greensburg 

Greensburg 

St. Paul 


December 4, 1895. 




December 20, 1895. 




February 26. 1896. 


E.L Floyd 


March 14, 1896. 
May 14, 18%. 


H B Sherman .... 




May 22, 1896. 






July 11, 1896. 
August 11, 1896. 




Greensburg 

Greensburg 

Forest Hill 




September 22. 1896. 




September 29, 1896. 







DEKALB COUNTY. 





Auburn 


November 15, 1894. 






November 19, 1894. 


H C Willis ... 




Deceniber 1, 1894. 


William S. Swell 


Waterloo 


December 10, 1894. 
December 18. 1894. 


Ottmar V Baxter . .... 


Butler 


January 30. 1895. 


John W. Stoner 


GarrPtt 

St. Joe Station 

Butler 


February 25, 1895. 




February 27, 1895. 


Edward W.Fordick 


April 2, 1895. 






April 17, 1895. 






May 25, 1895. 






May 31,1895. 


Jonn A . Cjtmpbell 

Frank A.. Brink 


Butler 


June 7,1895. 


Butler 


June 28, 1895. 


B.M.Hastings 

Walter C. Hartman 


Auburn 

Auburn 


July 23, 1895. 
July 30, 1895. 


Chas. E Emanuel 


July 30. 1895. 






August 17, 1895. 




Butler 


October 10, 1895. 


Flora Strayer 


Ashley 


October 26, 1895. 






November 2, 1895. 






November 20, 1895. 


John F. Sherman 


Waterloo 


February 4, 1896. 




Kebruary 18, 1896. 






February 25, 1896. 




Auburn 

Garrett 

Uut)er 


March 5. 1896. 


Lewis Covell 

Jeff N. Boyle 


March 9. 1896. 
March 17,1896. 


S.S. Widney 




April 14, 1896. 






April 27,1896. 




Newville 

Waterloo 

Oorunna. ... 


May 14, 1896. 


Frank W.Willis 

Milo J. Thomas 


June 29,1896. 
Julv31,1896. 




Garrett 


Augusts, 1896. 


Price D. West. 


August 26, 1896. 


Hullie Rummel 


Spencerville 

Newville 


October 8. 1836. 
October 30, 1896. 







DELAWARE COUNTY. 



Claude W. Sample . ... 




Novembers, 1894. 




Shideler 


Novembers. 1894. 






November 9. 1894. 


Wm.H Younts . . .... 




November 13, 1894. 


Jacob Stiffler 




November 19, 1894. 


Thomas E. Harriugton 

J. D. Fenwick 




November 21, 189t. 


Muncie 


November 26, 1894. 



136 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

DELAWAKE COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission^ 



Walter Gray 

Frank Cole 

Arthur L. Shideler . . . 
Charles M. Kiger . . , 
James W. Hannan . . - 
Leonard E. Starr . . . . 

Frank Feely 

George W. Stephenson 
Chauncey L. Medsker . 
William W. Orr . . . 
Adolphe C. Silverburg 
Silas A. Richison . . . , 
John J. Hartley . . . 
Charles Nilson Talbott 

Perry Smith 

Wm.H. M. Cooper . . 
David N. Minnick . . , 
Edmund F. Alldredge 
William A. Sampson . 
John Linville . . . , 
Walter 0. Bowmanl . . 
Ira F. Overmeyer . . . 
Albert L. Wright ... 
E. L. Lewis . ... 

Robert I.Patterson . . 
W. Harlin Harrington 
Clayton B. Templer . 
Edward R. Templer . . 
Ruf'us J. Bryan . . . 
James M. Grigsby . . 
Pearl C. Hopkins ... 
Lon Schaufelberger . 

Joseph Stiifler 

Otho Dowden 

Charles E. Everett . . 
Albert E Needham . 
Merrill A. Teague . . 
Michael Roach .... 
Leo. S Granter 
W.L. Little .... 

Lee Scott 

J.H.Montgomery . . 
Edward W. Bishop . . 
Wyllis D.Rickel . . 
Edgar E. Nafus . . . 
Morris L. Hageman 
Joseph L. Farour ... 
Cephas T. Bartlett . . 
Jesse 0. Stephens . . . 
Frank L Gass . . . 
Roscoe C. Griffith . . . 
BertF Bradbury . . . 
Wm.R. Brotherton . 

Ford C. West 

Lincoln L^sh . . 

Leonidas A. Guthrie . 

John C. Eiler 

Charles A. Parker. . . 

Jere Garard 

J. T. Templer 

John A. Keener. . . . 
J. E. Patterson .... 
J. F.Meredith .... 

B. C. Bowman 

Wm. H. Murray . . 
James E. Shettruck. . 
Harv. M. Koontz . . . 
Washington Maynard 
William 0. Sampson . 
Thomas L. Rvan . . . 
•J. Walter Baker . . . 
0. M. Cranor .... 



Gafton 

Yorktown . . . . 

Muncie 

Cowan 

Gaston 

Muncie 

Daleville . . . . 

Muncie 

Muncie 

Muncie 

Muncie 

Muncie 

Muncie 

Muncie 

Muncie 

Muncie 

Daleville . . . . 
Reed . . . . 

Muncie . . . 

New Burlington 

Muncie 

Muncie 

Muncie 

Albany 

Muncie 

Muncie 

Muncie 

Muncie 

Gaston 

Eaton 

Muncie 

Muncie . . 

Muncie 

Albany 

Muncie 

Muncie 

Muncie 

Muncie 

Muncie 

Muncie 

Rogerton . . . . 
Cammack . . . . 

Muncie 

Albany 

Muncie 

Muncie 

Albany 

Muncie 

Muncie . . . 

Muncie 

Muncie 

Muncie 

Muncie 

Muncie 

Muncie 

Muncie 

Muncie 

Stout 

Muncie 

Muncie 

Muncie . . 

Muncie 

Muncie 

Muncie . . . . 

Selrnii 

Muncie . . 

Muncie 

Gaston 

Muncie 

Muncie 

Muncie 

Muncie 



November 26, 1894. 
November 30, 1894. 
November 30, 1894. 
December4, 1894. 
December 21, 1894. 
December 22, 1894. 
December 29, 1894. 
January 2. 1895. 
January 15, 1895. 
January 18, 1895. 
January 22,1895. 
February 6, 1895. 
February 6, 1895. 
February 23, 1895. 
March 14, 1895. 
April 2,1895. 
April 3, 1895. 
April 8, 1895. 
April 12, 1895. 
April 12,1895. 
April 23,1895. 
May 4, 1895. 
May 20, 1895. 
June 19, 1895. 
July 1,1895. 
July 3. 1895. 
July 5, 1895. 
July 15,1895. 
July 17,1895. 
July 23, 1895. 
July 26.1895. 
September 18, 1895.. 
Octoberl2,1895. 
October 15, 1895. 
October 28, 1895. 
November 20, 1895. 
November 20, 1895. 
December 19, 1895. 
December 20, 1895. 
December 20, 1895. 
December 23. 1895. 
December 23, 1895. 
December 28. 1895. 
December 31, 1895. 
January 25, 1896. 
February 14, 1896. 
February 19. 1896. 
March 10, 1896. 
March 17, 1896. 
March 19, 1896. 
March 24, 1896. 
March 26, 1896. 
March 31, 1896. 
April 8. 1896. 
April 17,1836. 
April 22, 1896. 
April 23, 1896. 
April 23, 189H. 
April 28, 1896. 
May 1, 1896. 
May 1, 1896. 
May 8, 1896. 
May 15, 1896. 
May 20. 1896. 
June 17, 1896. 
June 23. 1896. 
July 8, 1896. 
August 18, 1896. 
September 9, 1S96. 
September 24. 1896. 
October 3, 1896. 
October 21, 1896. 



137 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued, 
DUBOIS COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



Frank J. Drash , 

William A. Wilson 

Reuben F.Bates 

George W. Kessner ... 

Bruno Buettner 

C. N. Simmons , 

Georgo W. McCain . . . , 

John P. Norman , 

William Blesch 

Mormon Fisher 

H. L. Wheiit. 

John S. Brademeyer . . . , 
John Hothert .... 

Laura B. Fisher 

John P. Huther 

Winfitld S. Hunter .... 

John C. Line ...... 

He' ry <J Hasenour. . . . , 

Th' mas J. Nolan , 

John ^chmitt 

John P. Norman ... 
George W. Gramelspacher 



Huntingburg 
Jasper .... 
Birdseye. . . 
Kyana .... 
Jn.=per . . . 
Schnellville . 
Otwell. . . . 
Ireland . . . 
Holland . . 
Huntingburg 
Kyana. : 
Huntingburg 
Huntingburg 
Huntingburg 
Ja.sper .... 



isper , 



Thale.'^ , 
^t. Anthony , 
Ellsworth 
Ferdinand. . 
Ireland . . . 
Jasper. • ■ 



November 2S. 1894. 
Januarys, 1895. 
.January 11, 1895. 
March 5, 1895. 
March 12, 1895. 
March 15, 1895. 
April 22, 1895. 
May 1, 1895. 
May 3. 1895. 
July 19, lh95. 
July 25, 1895. 
October 18, 1895. 
October 30, 1895. 
December 9, 1895. 
January 2, 1896. 
January 8, 1896. 
January 11, 1896. 
February 14, 1896. 
February 22. 1896. 
March 18, 1896. 
August?, 1896. 
September 30, 1896. 



ELKHART COUNTY. 



William Theis 

Jacob C.Lehman . . . 

Anthony Deahl 

Anna M. Hattle . . . . 
James L. Harmon . . . 
Livy Ch >mberlain . . . 
Jonas < '. Hoover . . . . 
Charles T.Ogle 
Orville T. Chamberlain 
Charles L. Kinney . . . 
John M. VanfJeet . . . . 
Clark H. Barney . . . . 

Effip A. Daily 

Edith L C •mpton . . . 

Jes.sie K. Leib 

Charles K. Lucas . . . 
Wm.B Donaldson . . . 

G. B. Stewart 

Perry L. Turner . . . , 
Jes-ie E. Geyer . . 
Horace S. Hubbard . . 
W. H. H. Dennis . . . 
William J. Beasecker . 
E. B. Mummert . . . . 
Harry S. iMiester . . . . 
L. Burr Whippy . . . . 
Charles A. Pooley . . . 
George W. Hattle . . . 
Charles E. Frank . . . . 
Gladys Heagy . . . 

Vernon W. Van Fleet . 
William W.Best . . . . 

David M. Best 

Willinm A. Peeg . . . . 
Anilrew J Parks . . . 

Ellen T.Burns 

Percy L. Kinyon . . . . 
Wm.H. harnley . . . . 
Charles W. Miller . . . 
Schuyler CHubbell . . 
Richard C Barney . . . 
Wilson Koose 
Charles G. Sims . . . . 

Lew Wanner 

John B. Davenport . . . 



Elkhart . . 
Goshen • . 
Goshen . . 
Goshen . . 
Elkhart . . 
Elkhart . . 
Elkhart . . 
Goshen . . 
Elkhart ■ . 
Elkhart . . 
F.lkhart . . 
Elk'iart . . 
G"shen . . 
Elkhart 
Elkhart . . 
Goshen . . 
Millersburg 
Wakarusa . 
Elkhart 
Millersburg 
Elkhart 
Nappanee . 
Goshen 
G .shen . . 
Elkhart . . 
Goshen . . 
(ioshen . 
Goshen . . 
Eliihart . . 
Goshen . . 
Elkhart . 
Nappanee . 
Elkhart , . 
Goshen . . 
Goshen . . 
Goshen . . 
Elkhart . . 
Go'hen . . 
Goshpn . . 
Goshen . . 
Elkhart . . 
(Goshen 
Go-hen . . 
Goshen 
Elkhart . . 



November 7, 1894. 
November 13, 1894. 
November 13, 1894. 
November 15, 1894. 
November 19, 1894. 
November 28, 1894. 
December 6. 1894. 
December 10, 1894. 
December 20, 1894. 
January 7, 1895. 
January 8. 1895. 
January 12,1895. 
January 15, 1895. 
January 18,1895, 
January 19, 1895. 
February 1, 1895. 
February 4, 1895. 
February 8.1895. 
February 11. 1895. 
February 20, 1895. 
February 21, 1895. 
February 21, 1895. 
March 5, 1895. 
March 6, 1895. 
.March 18, 1895. 
March 14, 1895. 
March 18,1895. 
March 18,1895. 
March 23. 1895. 
April 23. 1895. 
April 24. 1895. 
May 10. Ih95. 
May 10, 1895. 
May 28, 1895. 
June 12, 1895. 
June 20. 1895. 
June 28, 1895. 
July 9, 1895. 
July 9,1895. 
July 11, 1895. 
July 31.1895. 
August 9, 1895. 
August 14,1895. 
Novembers. 1895. 
November 9, 1895, 



138 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

ELKHART COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 






November 25, 1895 




Middlebury 


December 31. 1895. 




Elkhart 

Elkhart 

Elkhart 


Januiiry 10, 189 




January 16, 1896. 




January 2'1, 1896. 


George T. Barney 

Herrick E.Stephens . 


Elkhart 


January 27, 1896. 


Elkhart 


February 25,1896. 


Elkhart 


March 14, 1896. 




Elkhart 


April 7, 1896. 


0. H.ShamoDy 




April 25, 1896. 


Elkhart 

Elkhart 


May 16, 1896. 




May 18, 1896, 


A I Baker 


Elkhart 


June 2, 1896. 


D. U. Lieb . . 


Elkhart 


June 16, 1896. 




July 24, 1896. 






August 6, 1896. 


Albert E. Salesbury 

W J Davis 


Bristol 


August 7, 1896. 




August 25, 1896. 






October 6, 1896. 




(■ioshen 

Wakarusa 

Middlebury 


October 23, 1896. 




October 2S, 1896. 


H W NiKon 


October 28, 1896. 


Lou W Vail 


October 28, 1896 


Elias D Salsbury 


ttoshen . 


October 28, 1896 







FAYETTE COUNTY. 



Charles W. Huber. . . 
William E. Ochiltree. . 
Charles Cassel. . . 

Ephriam K. Rockafellar 
David W. McKee . . . 
William G. Young . . . 
Thomas M. Little .... 
Myrmeta Ludwick . . 
Richard W.Elliott . . . 
Finley H. Gray . . 

William A. Johnston . • 
John S. Purt ... 

W. S. VanBuskirk . . . 

William Lewis 

Lou Conner 



Connersville. 

Connersville. 

Connersville. 

Everton . . 

Connersville. 

Connersville. 

Connersville. 

Connersville. 

Connersville. 

Connersville. 

Falmouth 

Conner.^ville. 

Bentonville 

Groves . 

Connersville. 



November 13, 1894. 
November 13, 1894. 
December 13. 1894. 
March 14. 1895. 
March 18, 1895. 
May 15, 1895. 
June 21, 1895. 
July 8, l!-95. 
August 10, 1895. 
September 18, 1895. 
January 14, 1896. 
February 6, 1896. 
April 30, 1896. 
May 27, 1896. 
May 27, 1896. 



FLOYD COUNTY. 



Hugh Nealy 

Josiah H. Pratt . . . . 
James W. Ash by . . 
Richards T- Brooks. , 
Joseph R. Clipp. . . . 
John K. Fogle. 
George B. Cardwill . . 
Herman Knirihm. 
Benjamin F. Welker . 
Thomas P. Byrn . . . 
Christiiin W. tlampel, 
George B. Diehl. . . . 
Charles O. Kelao . . . 
Anna Gifford 
Robert A.LaFoUette . 
M. D.Condiff . . . 
James S. Baldwin. . . 
William F. Tuhey, . . 
Anna M Richards . . 
James V. Kelso, Jr . . 
John Jackson. . . . 
Mary E. Morgan . . . 
John B. James . . . , 



New Albany. 
New Albany. 
Galena. . . 
New Albany. 
Georgetown 
New Albany. 
New Albany. 
New Albany. 
New Albany. 
New Albany. 
Greenville. 
New Albany. 
New Albany. 
New Albany. 
New Albany. 
New Albany. 
New Albany. 
New Albany. 
New Albany. 
New Albany. 
New Albany. 
New Albany. 
New Albany. 



November 24, 1894. 
January 5, 1S95. 
January 9, 1895. 
January 16,1895. 
January 28, 1895. 
March 9,1895. 
March 21, 1895. 
June 3. 1895. 
June 6, 1895. 
July 5, 1895. 
November 13, 1895, 
December 26. 1895. 
March 11, 1896. 
April 3, 189-!. 
April 14.1896. 
June 24, 1896. 
July 2, 1896. 
August 13, 1896. 
September 18.1896.. 
September 18. 1896. 
October 6, 1896. 
October 8, 1896. 
October 21, 1896. 



139 

NOTARIES PUBLIC-Continued. 
FOUNTAIN COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Datr of Commission. 






December 1, 1894. 
December 7, 189-t. 
De(-ember IH, 1894. 
December 24. 1894. 
February 9 1895 






John (}. Kepfer 


Covington 

Covington 

Attica 


Oeorge K. Mc Comas 


Albert Sehoonover 






March 25, 1895. 
April 20, 1895. 
Octobpr 4 1895 




Covington 

Covington 

Coal Creek 


Orlando S Douglas 




October 10, 1895 




October 10.1895. 
October 10, 1895 








Veedersburg 

Covington 


October 14, 1895 




November 14 1895 


Joseph H Williams 


November 27. 1895 


William H. Miles 




December 2, 1895. 


William U Cox 




December 4, 1895. 




Veeilersburg 


Janufiry 7, 1896. 
March 7 189fi 


Georg> W, Meitzler 


M. V. Yniint 


Mellntt 


April 17. 1896. 
Apr:l 25.1896. 
May 6, 1896. 
May 1:^,1896. 
July 17. 1896. 
September 9 1896 




C. H. LinHley 


Kint^man 

Veedersburg 

(!atps 


H. M. Billings 




Covington 

Veedersburg 

Yeddo 

Veedersburg 




S 'iitemtjer "0, 1896 


Willinra 11. Myers . . 


October 5, 1896 


John Boiien 


October 17, 1896. 



FEANKLIN COUNTY. 



Fielding Berry 

Matthew Fussner . . . . 

Isaac B Tracy 

Edwin W. High . . . . 
Thomas G. Pike . . . 
John H Blacklidge . . 

Isaac LaHue 

Edgar 0. Hair . . . . 
Anthonv Zeisler . . - . 
Frederick VL. Sellmeyer 
Anthony H. Mollaun . 
Milf)rd P Hubbard . . 
Louis W. Keorner . . . 
Andrew Wissel . . . . 



Brookville 
St. Peters . 
Metamora . 
Metamora 
Laurel. 
Metamora 
Mt. Carmel 
Brookville. 
Humburg . 
Oldenburg. 
Oldenburg . 
Brookville 
Pepperton . 
St. Peters . 



November 27, 1894. 
November 27, 1894. 
December 18, 1894. 
January 1 9, 1895. 
January 2t, 1895. 
February 6, 1895. 
March 26, 1895. 
April 23, 1855. 
August 9, 189!^. 
March 16.1896. 
April 25. 1896. 
MHy26, 1896. 
August 6, 1896. 
September 8, 18)6. 



FULTON COUNTY. 



Milton Rees 


Rochester 


December 11,1894. 
December 11, 1894. 


John W. Smith . 


Rochester 

R Chester 

Rochester 

Leiters Ford 


December 14, 1894. 




December 26. 1894. 




December 29. 1894. 


John Q. Howell 


February 7. 1895. 




February 12, 1895. 






Febru ry 13, 1895. 


And ew J.Dillon 


Rochester 

Rochester . 

Rochester 

Kewanna 

Rochester 

Rochester 

Tiosa 


February 18. 1895. 




March 5,1895. 


0. Dell -mith . 


Miy 18, 1895. 


Henry D. Howell 


May 2 >, 1895. 


Ostinell A. Davis 

Sidney Keith - 


May 20, 1895. 
August 13, 1895. 


Horace W. Kewney 


October 7,1895. 



140 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

FULTON COUNTY— Continued 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Datk op Commissioit, 






October 17, 1895 


Dimma E. Rickel .... 


Rochcfter 

Rochester 

Ti'sa 


November 21, 1895. 
December 6, 1895. 


Ephriam S. Richards 

Frank H. Terry 


December 9, 1895 


Rochester 


December 19, 1895 




December 23, 1895 


William H. .-^ickman 


Rochester 

Fulton 


January 13. 1896. * 
February 12, 1896. 
February 21,1896. 
March 7, 1896 


Elmer P. Abernathy 

W E Womelsdorflf 


Rochester 


Carlos 0. Fish 


Rochester 


March 11,1896 




March 16, 1896. 


P. S Troutman 




May 20, 1896. 
May 29, 1896. 
September 3, 1896. 








Rochester 





GIBSON COUNTY. 



Andrew C. Sisson. . . 
Casper Gram .... 
Edward J. Baldwin. . 
Martin W. Fields . . 
San uel G. Barrett . . 
Andrew J. Stott. . . . 

Sol Van Nada 

John G Madden . . 
Arthur P. Twinehorn. 
Albert W. Sprague . . 
Howard W. Mauek . . 
Pleasant 0. Johnson . 
Albert R. Burton . . 
M. L. Miller. ... 

Anton Jeser 

Jesse B. Land. . . 
Silas M. Holcomb. 
John F. Martin . . 
Simon L. V^andever. . 
Isaac E. Criswell . . . 
Laura Pumphrey . . 
Henry Johnson 
Thomas W. Cullen . . 
William H. Roundtree 
John W, Kurtz 
John Ten Barge. . . . 
Lucius C. Embree. . . 
.lames W. Cockrum. . 
W.H. Welding . . . 
Alexander Burton . . 
L. W. Gudgel . . . 
David M. Martin . . . 
W.H.O'Barr 



Hazleton. 
Fort Branch. 
Princeton . . 
Princeton 
Somerville. - 
Princeton . . 
Princeton . . 
Princeton . . 
Princeton . . 
Owensville . 
Owensville . 
Francisco . . 
Princeton . . 
Princeton . . 
Haubstadt. . 
Princeton 
Fort Branch. 
Somerville. . 
Princeton . . 
Princeton . . 
Princeton . . 
Owensville . 
Princeton . . 

Lyles 

Princeton . . 
St. James . . 
Princeton 
Princeton 
Princeton . . 
Maekey 
Princeton 
Oakland City 
Princeton . . 



November 21, 1894. 
December 10, 1894. 
December 20, 1894. 
December 27, 1894.. 
January 7, 1895. 
January 7, 1895. 
January 7, 1895. 
January 14, 1895. 
January 18, 1895. 
February 4, 1895, 
February 13, 1895. 
February 15, 1895. 
February 20, 1895. 
March 16, 1895. 
March 20, 1895. 
March 23, 1895. 
May 1, 1895. 
July 16, 1895. 
July 17, 1895. 
July 20, 1895. 
July 29, 1895. 
August 2, 1895. 
September 23, 1895. 
November 4, 1895. 
December 10. 1895. 
January 6,1896. 
January 1::, 1896. 
March 7, 1896. 
April 29, 1896. • 
May 5, 1896. 
July 29, 1896. 
September 4, 1896. 
September 22, 1896. 



GRANT COUNTY. 



John B. Seale . . . 
G. M. Elliott . . . 
Isaac R. Lee. 
George H. Moore • 
Pearl Bogue . . 
John H. Winslow . 
Frank A. Root 
Henry G. Hamaker 
James A. Peters . 



Fairmount 
Marion . . 
Swayzee . . 
Marion . . 
Marion . . 
Fairmount 
Fairmount 
Marion . . 
Swayzee . . 



November 9, 1894. 
November 14, 1894. 
December 18, 1894. 
December 19, 1^94. 
January 3, 1895. 
January 4, 1895. 
January 14, 1895. 
January 30, 1895. 
February 6,1895. 



HI 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

GRANT COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 




Date of Commission. 



Charles E.Neal 

Dean A. Biildwin 

J. F. Carmichael 

A. R. Long 

Ethan A. Huffman . . . . 

Alva V. Duncan 

0. R. Scott 

Andrew T. Wright . . . . 

B. F. Stevens 

David S. Hogin 

0. A. Baker 

John 0. Austin 

Charles Lenfestey 

James P. Life 

William H. Wiley . . . . 
Joseph H. Overman. . . . 
Frances B. Solomon . . . 
Perry E. Spangler . . , . 

P.E.Manley 

Samuel G. Robinson . . . 

John H Case 

Will H.Trook 

Isaac Smithson 

George Eraser 

William Thorn 

David C. Searless 

T.B.Camblin 

Marshall Williams . . . . 

John Swisher 

Levi P. Hummel 

Daisy Hummel 

Greenville A. Brizendine 
William T.Thrawl . . . . 

Fred Milburn 

John C.Tibbitts 

J.H.Cody 

Amasa S. Wade 

E. E. Friedline 

Frank M. Baldwin . . . . 

John G. Swisher 

James Brownlee 

Owen Lloyd 

Enoch E. Farr 

Georee S. Harris 

William P. Garthwaite 

Z. R. Landers 

Gus S. Condo 

Henry Myers 

OrloL.CIine , 

Charles T.Parker . . . , 
Thomas H. Seward . . . , 
Eugene N. Wilson . . . . 

Wilson D. Lett 

William M. Amsden . . . 
Clayborn H. Highly . . . 

Hosea A. Lloyd 

Stephen G. Baldwin . . . 
Charles F. Mather . . . . 

Oliver J. Firth 

J. R. Hadley 

George H. Ridgway. . . . 

Lewis A. Cassell 

John Ratliff. 

Henderson Oliver 

Stewart McGowan . . . . 

R. W. Seiberling 

Addison M. Baldwin . . . 

Jason B. Smith 

Samuel C. Zombro . . . . 



Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Fairmount 

Marion 

Marion 

Fairmount 

Marion 

Fairmount 

Marion 

Marion 

Gas <'ity 

Marion 

Fairmount 

Marion 

Marion 

Jonesboro 

Marion 

Marion 

Van Buren 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Van Buren 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Point Isabel 

Swayzee 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Jonesboro 

Marion . . 

Marion 

Marion 

National Military Home 

Fairville 

Gas City 

Gas City 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Fairmount 

Jonesboro 

Jonesboro 

Marion 

Gas City 

Jonesboro 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Gas City 

Marion 

Swayzee 

Marion 

Jonesboro 

National Military Home 

Jonesboro 

Marion 

Fairmount 

Marion 



February 21, 1895. 
March 11, 1895. 
March 13, 1895. 
March 25, 1895. 
April 10, 1895. 
April 11, 1895. 
April 17, 1K95. 
April 17, 1895. 
April 19, 1895. 
April 24, 1895. 
April .30, 1895. 
May 16, 1895. 
May 17, 1895. 
May 22, 18^-5 . 
May 28, 1895. 
June 25, 1895. 
June 28, 1895. 
June 28, 1895. 
July 2,1895. 
July 15, 1895. 
July 15. 1895. 
July 22, 1895. 
August 3, 1895. 
August 7, 1895. 
September 18, 1895. 
September £0, 1895. 
October 29, 1895. 
-November 6, 1895. 
November 16, 1895. 
December 4, 1895. 
December 7, 1895. 
January 9, 1896. 
January 17, 1896. 
January 18, 1896. 
January 18, 1896. 
February 13, 1896. 
February 22, 1896. 
February 27. 1896. 
March 6, 1896. 
March 6,1896. 
March 6, 1896. 
March 11,1896. 
March 16, 1896. 
March 19, 1896. 
March 21, 1896. 
March 26, 1896. 
March 30. 1896. 
April 6,1896. 
April 6,1896. 
April 30, 1896. 
May 9,1896. 
May 12, 1896. 
June 6,1896. 
June 29, 1896. 
June 20, 1896. 
July 3, 1896. 
August U, 1896. 
August 15, 1896. 
August 25, 1896. 
September 12, 1896. 
September 14, 1896. 
Septembers, 1896. 
September 15, 1896. 
September 16, 1896. 
September 18, 1896. 
September 24, 1896. 
October 12, 1896. 
October 14, 1896. 
October 30, 1896. 



142 
NOTAKIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

GREENE COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



Marion J. Timmons . . 
Franklin Ramsey. . . . 
George W.Usbon . . . 
Otto F.Herold . . . . 
Theodore Carmichael. . 

John Schloot 

Cyrus E. Davis . . . . 
Webster V. Moffett . . . 

Willis H.Cole 

Samuel Ashc-aft . . . . 
Seymour Riddle . . . . 
Georg-e 0. Sample. . . . 
Hughs. Bullock . . . . 
Josiah D. Myers . . . . 
Henry W. Moore . . . . 

John Davidson 

Wm.P. O'Haver . . . . 
James B. Filbert . . . . 
Everette E. Foster . . . 
Frank M. Harwood . . . 
Fred P. Barnes . . . . 
Doctor J. I'erhune . . . 
John W.Todd . . . 

James M. MfUowell . : 
Joseph r. Oliphant . . , 
John Whirwirth . . . . 

Minor F. P te 

Eugene J. Herold. . . . 
Martin P. Mcintosh. . . 
Charles E. Henderson . 
Theodore T. Pringle 
Madison C. Stephenson. 
Hom^r Law . . 

Jonathan W. Harvey . . 

J. W. VVoltord 

L.S.Forbes. 

Horatio Hunt . . . . 

Hempstead C. Shaw . . 

Emil Stein 

E.H.C. Cavins 

M. L. Gavins 

Johncon Hill 

Theodore Slinkard . . . 
D.C. Ro'ch. 



Simon Lehman . . . 
J. Newten I'erhune. . 
William A. Meredith. 
Doctor B. Rush . . . . 



Bloomfield. 
Bioomfield. . 
Bloomfield. . 
Bloomfield. . 
Hobberville . 
Linton. . . 
Bloomfield. . 
Bloomfield. . 
Switz City . 
Robinson . . 
Bloomfield. . 
Worthington 
Salsbcrry . . 
Worthington 
Worthington 
Lyons 

Linton. . . . 
Linton. . . . 
Worihington 
Lyons 

Worthington 
Linton. . . 
Jasonville. 
Owensburg . 
Bloomfield. . 
Jasonville . • 
Bloomfield. . 
Switz I'ity . . 
Newark . . . 
Bloomfield. . 
Bloo . finld. . 
Worthington. 
Linton. . . . 
Marco . . . . 
Linton. . . . 
Wurthington 
Switz rity . . 
Worthiugton 
T>yons . . 
Bloomfield. . 
Bloomfield. 
Siindborn 
Linton. ■ . . 
Park. 

Bloomfield. . 
Wright. 
Tanner 
Bloomfield. . 



November 15, 1894. 
November 15, 1894. 
November 20, 1894. 
November 20, 1894. 
November 21, 1894. 
January 8. 1895. 
January 10, 1895. 
January 10, 1895. 
January 21, 1895. 
.January 31, 1S95. 
February 1. 1895. 
February 15, 1895. 
February 21,1895. 
February 28. 1895. 
March 1, 1895. 
March?. 1895. 
April 6, 1895. 
April 29, 189'-. 
April 29, 1895. 
May 2, 1895. 
May 8, 1895. 
May 14, 1895. 
May 15, 1895. 
May 17, 1895. 
May 28, 1895. 
June 1, 1895. 
June 25, 1895. 
July 17, 1895. 
July 20, 1895. 
Augusts, 1895. 
August 21, 1895. 
September 3, 1895. 
October 15, 1895. 
Januarys, 1896. 
February 1, 1896. 
February 12, 1896. 
March 2, 1896 
March 4,1896. 
March 7, 1896. 
March 9. 1896. 
March 9. 1896. 
March 10, 1896. 
March 13, 1896. 
April 8, 1896. 
May 18,1896. 
June 4, 1896. 
.September 21, 1896. 
October 10, 1896. 



HAMILTON COUNTY. 



ThoDBM J- P»tter8on 
Frank Cdby 
ll<J«ri« Y Gr'>-en . . 
Jaa«B W.Bmifh 
▼»l«ntine IC. Arnett 
Marry J AUxander. 
5» A. Kiibourue . . 
Marrey Hand . . . 
M»h OTer«y«r . . . 
niliy J Farrii . . 
ibamM R Christian . 
lia R. Norton . . 
I Jones . . 

>*, Oottincham 

kik«i T. Driror . . 

lltam Hamnn . . 

;« W. aiUiant . . 



Noblesville 

Sheridan. . 

Sheriiian. . 

Noblnsville 

Westfield 

Noblesville 

Noblesville 

.Jolietville . 

Noblfsville 

Oic TO 

Noblesville 

Noblesville 

Hortonville 

Noblesville 

Arcadia 

Gray. . . 

Arcadia , . 



November 20, 1894. 
December 13, 1894. 
December 18. 1894. 
January 21, 1895, 
January 25, 1895. 
February 4, 1895. 
March 1, 1895. 
March 6, 1895. 
March 12, 1895. 
April 6, 1895. 
May 2. 1895. 
May 9. 1895. 
Mny 13, 1895. 
May 13,1 R95. 
July 6, 1895. 
July 26, 1895. 
August 1, 1895. 



143 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 
HAMILTON COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date ov Coii.mi.ssion. 






August 1, ]f9i. 
Augusts. 189i. 
Augusta, 1895. 
Augusts, 1895. 
August?, 1895. 
August 13, 1895. 
August 13, 1895. 
August 19, 1895. 
October 10, 1^95. 
October 30, 1S9.5. 
November 20, 1895. 
■ December 2^, 1^95. 
January 9, 1896. 
February 19, 1896. 
March 7, 1896 






Augustus P. Shirts 








Fred JS. Hines 






We!-tfield 


Philip P. VVhitsell 








Jesse B. Hodgin 


Westfield 

Noblesville 


S. V. Stuart 






William Booth 

William •!, Woods 


Noblesville 


Charles B. Hoffman 




Lewis M.Hoagland 

Robert Denny 


Olarksville 

Westfield 


March 11, 1896. 
April 25 1896. 


R.P. Neal 


May 27, 18t6. 
June 2, 1896 


Jacob K. Rodeman 


Sheridan 


Albert W. Voss 




June 4 1896 




Sheridan 

Noblesville 

Westfield . . 


July 8,'l896. 
July 23,1896. 
August 4, 1896. 
August 15, 1896. 
Septembir 19,1896. 
October 16. 1896. 
October 20, 1896. 




Nathan E. Mills 


S. T. Dunham 


Cicero .... 


J.M.Harris. 


Harry H.GriflSn 













HANCOCK COUNTY. 



Oliver P. Hastings . 
Charles Downing . . 
Merritt W. Magarin 
Charles F. Reeves . 
Richard A. Black . . 
Raymond E Qery . 
Meshaeh Collier . . 
Uriah S. Jackson . . 
Homer A. Bragg . . 
Arthur H. Thomas . 

EllaHogle 

Alfred B. Thomas . 
Edward W. Felt . . 
Montgomery Marsh 
Elden A.Rfibb . . . 
Adams L. Ogg . . . 
William F. McBane 
Berry N. Johnson . 
George H. Cooper . 
John A. Craft . . . 
James F. Reed . . . 
Charles •). Richman 
Francis M. Conklin 
A W. Hammer ■ . 
William A. Hough . 
Henry Snow .... 
Benton L. Barrett . 
Solomon B. Prater . 
Benjamin H. Cook . 
William R. Hough . 
Fannie Moulden 
Marcellus S. Walker 
George M. Rumler . 
Walter 0. Carter . . 
Sydney L. Walker . 
Raymond S. Holding 
Vard Finnell .... 

S. A. Wray 

William Ward Cook 
Nettie Adams . . . 



Fortville . . . 
Greenfield . . 
Greenfield . . 
Greenfield . . 
Greenfield . . 
Greenfield . . 
Milner's Corner 
Greenfield . . 
Greenfield . . 
Cleveland . . . 
New Palestine 
Willow Branch 
Greenfield . . 
Greenfield . . 
Greenfield . . 
Greenfield . 
Greenfield . . 
Greenfield . . 
Greenfield . . 
Charlottesville 
Greenfield . . 
New Palestine 
Charlottesville 
Willow Branch 
Greenfield . . 
Greenfield . . 
Eden .... 
Fortville . . . . 
Wilkinson . . 
Greenfield . . 
Greenfield . . . 
Greenfield . . . 
Mowhawk . . . , 
Greenfield . . , 
Greenfield . . , 
Greenfield . . , 
Maxwell . . . , 
Greenfield . , , 
Greenfield . . . 
Greenfield . . , 



November 28, 1894. 
December 18. 1894. 
December 20, 1894. 
December 27, 1894. 
December 28, 1894. 
December 28, 1894. 
January 9, 1895. 
February 5,1895. 
February 27, 1895. 
March 9, 1895. 
March 25, 1895. 
March 26. 1895. 
Aprils, 1895. 
April 9, 1895. 
April 25, 1895. 
May 1, 1895. 
June 12, 1895. 
June 28, 1895. 
July 15, 1895. 
August 1, 1895. 
August 10,1895. 
September 5, 1895. 
September 20,1895. 
Sept' mber SO, 1895. 
October 23, 1895. 
November 7, 1895. 
November 9, 1895. 
December 2. 1895. 
December 24, 1895. 
December 31, 1895. 
January 10, 1896. 
January 11, 1896. 
January 16, 1896. 
January 18, 1896. 
January 24, 1896. 
January 26, 1896. 
April 22, 1896. 
April ?0, 1896. 
July 11,1896. 
August 14, 1896 



144 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



HARRISON COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 


Edward D. Mitchell 


Corydon 


November 24, 1894. 


Charles A Self .... 




December 1. 18^4 


Joseph H. Feller 




December 2i, 1894 


Corydon 


December 26, 1894. 


Josiiih W H. Littell 


Corydon 


January 11 1895. 




Hancock 


January 11, 1895. , 
Febru iry 7, 1895 
February 26. 1895. 
March 2, 1895 


John H Heth . ' 


Charles B Ellis 


Corydon 








March 15. 1895. 






May 6, 1895. 
July 13, 1895. 
July 17, 1895. 
September:-!. 1895. 
September 23, 1895. 
October 19, 1895. 


Wm. P. Huff 


Palmyra. . . 


William B. Denbo 


Corydon -. . . 

Ramsey . . . 

Laconia 






November 16, 1895. 




Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 


December 19, 1895. 




December 24, 1895. 






H C Hays .... 




January 27, 1896. 
April 11,1896. 
April 20, 1896. 
May 15, 189n. 
September 10,1896. 
October 31, 1896. 








Mmickport 


Wm Bennett . . , 


Samuel Pfrimmer 


Corydon 









HENDRICKS COUNTY. 



John D. Adair . . 
Moses Tomlinson . , 
Francis M. Osborn , 
Cyrus L. v'^tinley 
Daniel F.Hill. . 
Isaac A, Johnson . , 
Frank D. Johnston , 
Thad.S. Adiims. 
Thomas S. Pollard 
James W. Ferree . , 
Levi A. Barnett. . , 
Willium C. Osborn . 
John Kendill . . . . 
R. A. Eftm'indson. 
Nannie B. 'Make . 
Ethan A. Miles . . 
R. T. Hollowell . . 
Thomas Dny 
W. Clay Weaver 
James A. Dawnard 
T. J.Cafer .... 
P.P. Thomas . . . 
Chas. W. Stewart 
George 0. Harvey. 
James L. Clark . . 
John S. Walton. . 
Levi A. Barnett. . 



North Salem. 
Plainfield 

Stilpsville . . 

Coatsville . . 

Danville. . . 

Plainfield . . 

Plainfield . . 

Danville. . . 

Plainfield . . 

Tilden. . . 

Danville. . . 

Danville. . . 

Danville. . . 

Clayton . . . 

Clayton . . . 

Danville. . . 
Dnnville. 

Mont Clair. . 

Pittsboro . . 

Danville. . . 

Dnnville. . . 

Hadley . . . 

Danville. . . 

Diinville. . . 

Danville. . . 

Coatsville . . 

Danville. . . 



Novembers, 1894. 
November 3, 1894. 
November 12, 1894. 
January 15, 1895. 
January 30, 1895. 
February 26, 1895. 
April 11, 1895. 
June 4, 1895. 
August 2, 1895. 
September 26, 1895. 
October 10, 1895. 
October 21, 1895. 
November 6, 1895. 
November 13, 1895. 
November 13, 1895. 
December 28, 1895. 
January 11, 1K96. 
January 18, 1896. 
February 28, 1896. 
March 14. 1896. 
May 2, 1896. 
April 30, 1896. 
June 22, 1896. 
August 21, 1896. 
September 16, 1896. 
October 15, 1896. 
October 16, 1896. 



145 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 
HENRY COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Datk ok Commission. 


Wilbur Woods 


Knightstown 


December ]l, 1894. 




December 29, 1884. 




Knightstown 

Kennard 

New Castle 


December 29, 1894. 




January 11, 1895. 




January 12, 1895. 




January 28, 1895. 




New Castle 

Greensboro 

Spiceland 

Mt. Summit 

iVliddletown 


Februiiry 4, 1895. 




March 19, 1895. 


H. K. Unthank 

Philip Shively 


April 24, 1H95. 
June 20, 18^-5. 
June 28, 1895. 


Charles D. Morgan 


July 9, 18^5 


New Castle 


Augusts, 1895. 


R M Russell . . 


September 4, 1895. 
September 6. 1895. 
>eptember28,1895. 


W H Elliott 


New Castle 

Knightstown 




John H. Hewit 


October 7, 1895. 




New Castle 


Octfiber 10, 1895. 


Mattip E. Wisehart 


New Castle 

Honey Creek 

^ew Castle 

New Castle 


October 16, 1895. 
October 17, 1895. 


Horace L Burr 


October 30, 1895. 
December 4, 1895. 


Wrighter R. Steele 


Knightstown 

Knightstown 

Kennard 

New Castle 


December 12, 1895. 




Januarys, 1896. 




January 27, 1896. 




FebruMry 8. 1896. 




Knightstown 


April 4, 18M6. 




Aprir28,1896. 
Augu>t22, 1896. 




Middletown 


R. M. Decker 


August 25, 1896. 
October 6, 1896. 


William H.Edwards 


Knightstown 




October 19, 1896. 









HOWARD COUNTY. 



Calvin A. Oyler . . . .- , 
Edmound Morrow ... 
Wm.C. Purdum . . . . - 

R. May Martin 

N.B.Smith 

Emerson Jester .... 

B.F. Harness 

J. E. Holman .... 
Freeman Cooper ... 
W. W. Drinkwater . . . 
Charlie A. DeHaven . . 
Alfred L. Sharpe . . 
Fennimore Cooper . . 
Daniel A. Woods 
William P. HofiFerbert . 

John H Comer 

EmmaJackson .... 
Oram C. Merrick .... 

.John Ingels 

Charlie W Trees .... 
Cornelius Rice .... 
John A. Morrison . . . 
Frances M. Kroh .... 
E. M.Souder .... 
William B. Covalt . . 
Stanley J. Cooper . . . 
Emma McClung .... 
John L. Summers . . . 

H. M. Avery 

Fred L. Trees 

B. C. Moon 

Joseph D. Ross 

J.C. Blacklidge .... 

Lon Lane 

J.R. McClelland .... 
E. R. Anderson .... 
Arthur F. Harness . . . 

10 — Sec. State. 



Kokomo . . 
Kokomo . . 
Kokomo . . 
Kokomo . . 
Kokomo . . 
Jerome . . . 
Kokomo . . 
Kokomo . . 
Kokomo . . 
Kokomo . . 
Kokomo . . 
Kokomo . . 
Kokomo . . 
Kokomo . . 
Kokomo . . 
Center . . . 
Delphi . . . 
Hussiaville . 
Kokomo . . 
Kokomo . . 
Poplar (irove 
Russiaville . 
Kokomo . . 
Kokomo 
West Liberty 
(rreentown 
Kokomo . . 
Converse . . 
Sycamore . . 
Kokomo . . 
Kokomo . . 
K komo . . 
Kokomo . . 
Kokomo . . 
Ki'komo . . 
Kokomo . . 
Kokomo . . 



November 5, 1894. 
Novembers, 1894. 
JNovember27, 1894. 
November 27, 1894. 
November 28, 1894. 
December 7, 1894. 
December 11, 1894. 
December 18, 1894. 
December 31. 1894. 
January 17,1895. 
January 25, 1895. 
February 8,1895. 
February 9. 1895. 
February 11, 1895. 
March 5, 1895. 
March 6. 1895. 
March 8, 1895. 
March 11, 1895. 
March 12, 1«95. 
March 22 1895. 
April 5,1895. 
April 5, 1895. 
April 9, 1895. 
May 29, 1895. 
June 20. ^95. 
July 2, 1895. 
July 2:^, 1895. 
August 12, 1895. 
{September 6, 1895. 
September 11, 1S95. 
September 23. 1895. 
September 26, 1895. 
October 1.1895. 
October 10, 1895. 
October 12, 1895. 
October 21. 1895. 
October 29, 1895. 



146 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

HOWAED COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission.^ 






November 16,1895. 


Conrad Wolf . • ■ 


Kok' mo 


November 19,1895. 


Nora O'Nenl 


Kokomo 


November 26, 1895. 






December 31, 1895. 


Oti^ C PollTrd • • • 


Kokomo 


January 14, 1896. 






January 20, 1896. 


Josephine Webb 




January 25, 1896. 


Greentown 


Februarys, 1896. 


John W. Cooper 


February 5. 1896. 


Kokomo 


March 13, 1896. 


Geo W Duke 


Kokomo . . 


March 28, 1896. 


Howard L. Bull 

M A Chestnut 




March 30,1896. 


Kokomo 

Russiaville 


April 16. 1896. 


J E Wright 


May 7, 1896. 




May 26, 1896. 


Belle G.Hamilton 




July 31, 1896. 




August 29, 1896. 









HUNTINGTON COUNTY. 



Samuel E. Cook. . . . 
Harvey C. Black . . . 
William W. Watson 
Thomas L. Fisher. . . 
Weslev P. Dinins . . 
Alfred H. Wiatrode . 
R. W.Reddini; . . . . 

John A. Wood 

Adam Foust 

Wynona C. Woods . . 
Henry B. Huffman . . 
H. E. Rosebrough. . . 
Everett C. Branyan. . 

Ezra. T. Lee 

John S Branyan . . 
Louise M. Kocher. . . 
Roscoe D. Smith . . . 
James M. Hatfield . . 
John T. Alexander . . 
J. Fred France .... 
William L. Haller . . 
John R. Day . . 

William T. Whitelock 
John P. Kriegbaum. . 

John J. Hart 

iM. W. Little. . . . 
Thomas L. Lucas • . . 
Michael W. Moore . . 
J. B. Kpnner . . . . 
Jame.« X. Walker . . . 
Will H. Hart . 

H. D. Hatfield 

Albert G. Johnson 
George L. Bittinger. . 
John Q.Clice. . . . 
Z.T. Dungan . . 

William P. Hofferbert 
U. S. Lesh. 
Thomas J. Hamilton . 
Cornelius S. Myers . . 

F. M.Gift 

Lyle Barter 

G. W. Stutts 

Henry M. Wagoner. . 
Milton Woodbeck. . . 
Robert C. McCrum . . 
W.S.Paul . . . 

Arthur Wasmuth . . . 
William S.Smith. . . 
W. S. Spaulding. . . . 
Buell M.Cobb. . . . 
William A. Mitchell . 



Huntington . •. 

Huntington . . 

Markle. . . . 

Mt. Etna. . . 

Huntington . . 

Huntington . . 

Huntington . . 

Huntington • . 

Warren . . . . 

Warren . . . . 
Warren .... 

Huntington . . 
Huntington 

Huntington . . 

Huntington . . 

Hdntington . . 

Huntington . . 

Huntington . . 
Huntington 

Huntington . . 

Andrews. . . . 
Huntington 

Huntington . . 

Huntington . . 

Huntington . . 
Huntington 

Huntington . . 

Huntington . . 
Huntington 

Markle . . 

Huntington . . 

Huntington . . 

Huntington . . 

Andrews. . . 

Huntington . . 

Huntington . . 

Huntington . . 

Huntington . . 

Banquo . . . . 
Pleasant Plain 

Huntington . . 

Huntington . . 

Huntington . . 

Huntington . . 

Andrews. . . . 

Huntington . . 

Huntington . . 

Huntington . . 

Markle . . . . 

Banquo . . . . 

Huntington . . 

Andrews. . . . 



November 20, 1894. 
November 24, 1891, 
December 1, 1894. 
December 8,1894. 
December 10, 1894. 
January 7, 1895. 
January 14, 1895. 
January 18, 1895. 
February 23, 1895. 
March 6.1895. 
March 16, 1895. 
March 20, 1895. 
April 11, 1895. 
April 15, 1895. 
April 15, 1895. 
April 23, 1895. 
April 27, 1895. 
May 3,1895. 
May 3,1895. 
May 8, 1895. 
May 17, 1895. 
May 28, 1895. 
June 1,1895. 
June 12, 1895. 
July 2,1895. 
July 9,1895. 
July 11. 1895. 
July 13, 1895. 
July 16. 1895. 
September 6,1895,. 
September 18. 1895. 
October 14, 1895. 
December 27, 1895. 
December 27, 1895. 
January 6, 1896. 
January 18. 1896. 
January 30, 1896. 
February 12. 1896. 
March 11, 1896. 
April 21. 1896. 
May 18, 1896. 
May 25, 1896. 
June 10, 1896. 
June 11, 1896. 
June 12, 1896. 
June 30. 1896. 
July 2,1896. 
July 7,1896. 
July 16, 1896. 
August 3, 1896. 
August 3, 1896. 
September 23, 1896. 



147 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 
JACKSON COUNTY, 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Datk of Commission. 



Martin L. Weekly . . 

William H. Gregory . 

Emma Gibson . . . . 

vFiiines Marsh . . . . 

Philip Langel . . . 

Frank Fassold . . . . 

Isaac Smith . . . . 

William H. Leigh . . 

J. T. Arbuckle . . . . 
D. H. George . . . 

Calvin B. Williams . 

John W. Lefevre . - . 

Charles A. i>ay . . . . 

William Smith . . . . 

William Fultz . . . . 

Will H. Eudebroek . . 

Charles C. Boyatt . • 

John A. Forsythe . . 

James W. Allen . . . 

John A. Weaver . . . 

Walter L. Benton . . 

Warren Wright . . . 

Edwin L. Vermilya . 
Charles W. Benton 

Ishmael T. Lee . . . 

George W. Bard . . . 
Fernando W. Wesner 

Gustavo Breitfield . . 

J. U. Staple . . . 
Charles A. Saltmarsh 

W.H.Mumiy . . . . 

Simon Eaeret . . 

John M. Lewis, Jr . . 

H.frry M. Miller . . . 
Everett V.. Boyatt 

John H Kamman . . 
Ge Tge L. Fassold 
William K.Marshall 



Spraytown . 
V'allonia . . 
Houston . . 
Reddinsrton . 
Seymour . . 
Brown:- town 
Freetown 
Marling P.O. 
Seymour . . 
Mooney . . 
Freetown . . 
Kurtz . . . 
Seymour . . 
Mooney 
Cirothersville 
Brownstown 
Brownstown 
Seymour . . 
Ewing . . . 
Seymour . . 
Brownstown 
Medora . . . 
Brownstown 
Brownstown 
Sparksville . 
Crothersville 
Seymour . . 
Dudleytown 
Seymour • . 
Seymour _ . 
Crothersville 
Seymour . . 
Seymnur . . 
Se\uiour 
Brownstown 
Seymour 
Brownstown 
Seymour . . 



November 7, 1894. 
December 1,1894. 
December 4,1894. 
December 18, 1894. 
January 8, 1895. 
Janu.ry 11. 1895. 
April 9, 1895. 
April 12,1895. 
April 18, 1895. 
May 9. 1895. 
May 13, 1895. 
MHy28, 1895. 
July 2, 1895. 
July 26, 1895. 
Augusts, 1895. 
Augu>t2l, 1895. 
September 4, 1895. 
September fi. 1895. 
September 17. 1895. 
November 8, 1895. 
November 18, 1895. 
January 25, 189H. 
.Jar.UiirySl, 1H96. 
January 31, 189t3. 
February V4, 1896. 
March 9, 1896. 
March 12, 1896. 
M:iy 2, 1896. 
April 30, 1896. 
May 9, 1896. 
May 26. 1896. 
June 23. 1896. 
Ju'ie 15.1896. 
July 2, 189rt. 
July 7. 18^6 
August 7, 1896. 
September 16, 1896. 
October 1, 1896. 



JA8PEK COUNTY. 



John F.McColly 

Jacob M. Troxell 


Fair Oaks 

DeMotte 


November 26, 1894. 
December 1, 1894. 






December 24, 1894. 






February 5, 1895. 


Maude E. Spitler . 

John Greve 




February 12, 1895. 
March 1, 1895. 


Wheatfield 


David W. Shields 


March 4, 1895. 


John W. Burget 




Aprils, IH95. 
April 8,1895. 




Rensselaer 

D^Motte 




June 21, IS95. 


Mordicai ¥. Chilcote 




July 13, 1895. 


IraW.ieoman 


Remington 

DeMotte 


July 15. 1895. 
October 1u. 1895. 




October 10, 1895. 






October 24, 1895. 






November 11. 1895. 






December 2, 1H95. 


Walter R. Lee ■ 

Wm. R. Ni.wles 


Rens.selaer 


January 21. 1896. 
March 24. 1896. 


B. F. Ferguson 




March 29. 1896. 


Schuyler U. Brockus ., 

Minnie F Kerr 


Fair Haks 


June 25, 1896. 
June 27. 1896. 


Charles T Beal 




September 9,1896. 


Jasper Guy 


Remington 


September 20, 1896. 



148 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



JAY COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



Matthew Atkinson . . 
J.T.ttlentzer, 
Richard H. Hartford . 
L. J. Bruner . . 

David H. Parker . . . 
W. H. WilliamsoH . . 
George W. Hall. . . . 
Wm. R. Griffith .... 

W. W. Proper 

Lewis K.Smith .... 

D.W.Harvey 

Thornton Jay Taylor . 
Daniel E. Griner . . . 
Clinton P. Cole .... 
Enos W.Polly .... 
Edward E. Gunckel . 
Ira T. Sage .... 

Sumner W. Haynes . . 
William A. Hart . . . 
Alonzo C. Brown . . . 
William Kelley .... 
Jacob M. Markley . . 

Harry T. Sipe 

J. W.Polley 

P. M. Hearn 

Arlington A. Bergman 
Cornelius Corwin . . . 
F. M. McLaughlin . . 
Andrew D. Pnrks . . 
David T. Skinner. . . 
Emerson McGrifif . . . 
Chas. W.Smalley . . 
James A. Russell . . . 

Dell Dragoo. 

John S. Emmons . . . 
J. J. Stewart .... 
Roger P. Jones . • • 
Annie E. Current . . 
Howard M. Shewalter 



Redkey . 
Bryant . . 
Portland 
Portland . 
Dunkirk . . 
Portland 
Portland . 
Portland . 
Portland 
Jordan . . 
Redkey . . 
Portland 
Dunkirk . . 
Dunkirk . . 
Pennville . 
Dunkirk. . 
Redkey . . 
Portland . 
Portland . 
Pennville . 
Portland . 
Redkey . . 
Portland . 
Portland . 
Portland 
Portland . 
Portland . 
Portland . 
Pennville . 
Salimonica 
Portland . 
Dunkirk . . 
Pennville 
Redkey 
Poitland . 
Dunkirk . . 
Portland . 
Redkey • . 
Portland . 



]November21, 1894. 
November 21, 1894. 
December 10, 1894. 
December 14,1894. 
December 26, 1894. 
December 28, 1894. 
January 4, 1895. 
January 11, 1895. 
January 14, 1895. 
February 7. 1895. 
April 12, 1895. 
April 20, 1895. 
May 28, 1895. 
June 7, 1895. 
June 10, 1895. 
June 17, 1895. 
June 19, 1895. 
July 12, 1895. 
July 22, 1895. 
August 1,1895. 
August 7, 1895. 
December 12, 1895. 
December 13, 1895. 
December 20, 1895. 
December 31. 1895. 
January 16, 1896. 
January 16, 1896. 
January 29, 1896. 
February 25, 1896. 
March 10. 1896. 
April 9, 1896. 
April 17, 1896. 
April 21, 1896. 
May 26, 1896. 
July 17, 1896. 
August 26, 1896. 
September 16, 1896. 
September 22, 1896. 
October 5, 1896. 



JEFFERSON COUNTY. 



John McGregor - . 
George W. Buchanan 
John G. Moore . . 
Charles A. Corbly . 
James D. Robertson 
Edward Kampe 
Milton S. Va wter . 
James Y. Allison 
Jesse Wagner . . . 
E. A.Wilhelm . . 
George B. Lewis, Jr 
George F. Simpson . 
Wm. 0. McLeland . 
Chas. E.Cosby . . . 
John Chapman . . . 
Milo J. Bowman . . 
Mary F. Lemen . . 
John Wooley .... 
Henry Colgate . . . , 
Eugene K. Tibbets . 
Chas. W.Pogue ... 



Madison . . . 
Bryantsburg . 
Madison . . . 
Madison . . . 
Deputy . . . . 
Madison . . . 
North Madison 
Madison . . . 
Madison . . . 
Levi . . . . 
Dupont . . . . 
Marble Hill . . 
Madison . . . 
Madison . . . 
Lancas-ter . . . 
Madison . . . 
Canaan . . . . 
Hanover . . . 
Madison . . . 
Madison . . . 
Madison . . . 



November 13, 1894. 
November 19, 1894. 
November 20, 1894. 
December 17, 1894. 
January 16, 1895. 
February 8, 1895. 
February 23, 1895. 
February 28, 1895. 
March 1, 1895. 
March 27, 1895. 
April 29. 1895. 
May 3, 1895. 
July 5. 1895. 
July 11, 1895. 
July 15,1895. 
August 3, 1895. 
August 17, 1895. 
August 20, 1895. 
October 10, 1895. 
October 17. 1895. 
January 14, 1896.. 



149 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

JEFFERSON COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date ok Commission. 




Madison 


January 2^, 1896 




Bryantsburg 

Madison 

Harrell 

Dupont . .' 

Hicks 


February 13, 1896. 


William Watlington 

V DeHarrell 


March 3, 1896. 
March 5, 1896 




March 7, 1896. 




March 9, 1896 




Kent 


March 14,1896 


Vm. H Nichols 




April 22, 1896. 


N Ford 




May 12, 189 5. 




Madison 

North Madison 


September 2, 1896. 




October 7, 1896. 







JENNINGS COUNTY. 



iarmon Dixon . . . 
Jeorge H. Batchelor . 
Senrie P. Hale . . . . 
Wm. H.Conner . . 

Emfley Suits 

Fohn Short 

5eba A. Barnes . .. . 
Charles F. Lurton - . 
lames D. Hudson . . 
aarry C. Meloy . . . 
Burt New . . . . 

Fake E. Hudson . . 
rhompson H. Hudson 
[sabella Callicot 
Wm. H. McClammon 
Fownsend Cope . . . 
Klhanan C. Goings . . 
Feremiah Bundy . . . 
Dharles D. Butler . . 



Paris . . . . 
Vernon . . . . 
Butlerville . . 
Commiskey . . 

Zenas 

Lovett . . . . 
North Vernon , 
Commiskey 
North Vernon 
North Vernon . 
Vernon . . . , 
Hayden ... 
Paris Crossing 
Hyde , . . ■ 
Harper 
Butlerville 
Brewersville 
North Vernon 
Scipio . . 



November 17, 1894. 
November 19, 1894. 
January 4, 1895. 
April 2, 1895. 
April 4, 1895. 
April 19,1895. 
April 29, 1895. 
October 2, 1895. 
October 28, 1895. 
November 19, 1895. 
January 23, 1896. 
February 21. 1896. 
March 10, 1896. 
March 11, 1896. 
March 12, 1896. 
March 13, 1896. 
July 7,1896. 
July 21, 1896. 
Augusts, 1896. 



JOHNSON COUNTY. 



rhomas Hardin, 
(ieorge W. Clemmer 
John L. Williams. . 
Benjamin P. Brown. 
Robert M. Moore . . 
William A. Johnson 
William S. Stevens . 
William E. Deupree 
Robert M. Miller . . 
Elbert A. McAlpin 
Seorge W. Carpenter 
John V. Oliver . . . 
W.S.Hood . . 
Gleorga H. Hornbuck 
James E. Keesling . 
Charles C. Marshall. 
E. A. Robison. . . 
Matthew Duckworth 
Henry C. Barnett . . 
Levi B. Dolen. . . . 
Thomas W illiams. . 
Elba L. Brannigan . 
E. H. Jennings . . . 
G.W.Bryan .... 
William Trelkeld. . 
Dale C.Sargent. . . 
Robert L. Crawford. 



Glenn's Valley 
Franklin . . . 
Edinburgh. . . 
Franklin . . . 
Trafalgar . . . 
Franklin . . . 
Rock Lane . . 
Franklin . . . 
Franklin . . 
Greenwood . . 
Greenwood . . 
Franklin . . . 
Edinburgh. . . 
Greenwood . . 
Stone Crossing 
Franklin . . 
Rock Lane . . 
Edinburgh. . . 
Franklin . . . 
Waverly. . . . 
Franklin . . . 
Franklin . . . 
Franklin . . . 
Franklin . . . 
Edinburgh.. . . 
Greenwood . . 
Franklin . . . 



December 11, 1894. 
December 26, 1894. 
January 17, 1895. 
January 19, 1895. 
January 25, 1895. 
February 15,1895. 
February 28, 1895. 
March 12, 1895, 
March 22, 1895. 
May 23. 1895. 
May 29, 1895. 
May 29, 1895. 
July 25, 1895. 
November 22. 1895. 
January 20, 1896. 
February 6, 1896. 
February 21, 1896. 
March 4. 1896. 
March 12, 18%. 
March 13, 1896. 
March 27. 1896. 
April 9, 1896. 
May 28, 1896. 
June 3, 1896. 
August 14,1896. 
September 17, 1 
September 27, 1 



150 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 
KNOX COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



Mason J.Niblack . . . 
James A. McClure . . 
James M. Kelly .... 
John D. ADderson . . 

W. A.Taylor 

James P. L. Weatns. . 
Frank M. Brookie . . 
David H. Sisson. . . . 
Henry Hinkle .... 
B.S. McCain . . . . 
Hiram 0. Winkler . . 
Joseph F. Borden . . . 
Robert P. Mayfield . . 

S.T. Gull-^son 

William C .Johnson . 
Elmer E.Smith . . . . 
Mcnroe Truitt . . . . 
Lillian Walton . . . . 

E. V.Shepark . . . . 
Wm. 0. (Chancellor . . 
John Wilhelm . . . . 
Charles i4. McCord . . 
John A. Willver . . 
Henry W. Alexander . 
Henry S. Cauthorn, Jr 
Thomas Dunn . . . 
Charles D. McCoy . . 

F. W. Bloom . . ... 
Wm.F. Cloverly . . 
Albert C. DeBruler . . 
A. L.Hnrbison . . . . 

Louis Meyer 

James W. Emison . . 
Fraiiklin Myers . . . 
Allen I'aoapbell . . . . 
John E. Riohey . . . . 
Charles B.KelJey . . 



Vineennes ... 
Vincennes . . . 
OaktowQ ... 
Wheatland . . . , 
Oiiktown .... 
Vincennes . . . 
Vincennes . . , 

Decker 

Pond Creek Mills 
Pond Creek Mills 

Emison 

Vincennes ... 
Vincennes ... 
Sandborn .... 
Vincennes . . . , 
Vincennes . . . , 
Vincennes .. . . , 
Vincennes . . . , 

Oaktown 

Vincennes . . . . 
Vincennes . . . . 
Vincennes ... 
Vincennes . . . 
Vincennes . . . , 
Vincennes ■ - . 
Vincennes . . . 
Vincennes ... 
Vincennes ... 
Vincennes . . . 
Vincennes ... 
Vincennes . . . 
Vincennes ... 
Vincennes . . . , 
Monroe City . . 
Vincennes . . . 
Bicknell .... 
Vincennes . . . 



November 20, 1894. 
November 26, 1894. 
December 1, 1891. 
December 18, 1891. 
January 22, 1895. 
January 28, 1895. 
February 5,1895. 
February 18, 1895. 
April 3, 1895. 
Aprils. 1895. 
May 8, 1895. 
May 16, 1895. 
June 8,1895. 
June 12, 1895. 
June 17, 1895. 
July 15. 1895. 
September 3,1895. 
September 7,1895. 
September 16, 1895. 
October 8, 1895. 
October 8, 1895. 
October 10, 1895. 
October 22, 1895. 
Novembers, 1895. 
Deceii-ber 12. 1895. 
January 6. 1896. 
Kebruary 6, 1896. 
March 7,1896. 
March 10, 1896. 
March 20, 1-96. 
March 28,1896. 
April 7, 1896. 
April 24, 1896. 
May 6, 1896. 
May 21, 1^96. 
July 30, 1896. 
September 3,1896. 



KOSCIUSKO COUNTY. 



Benjamin Yohn 

Bertram Shane 

George H. <iaskill . . . . 

William H. Kiler 

Jerome B. lliompson . . . 
Abrah m H. Brown . . . 

Reub Williams 

Jacob Whiteleather , . . 

Harript D. Frnier 

.John D. Widaman . . . . 

Alvin Kobinson 

Oeorge W. Miles 

Harvey W. Upson 
Sumner B. Whittenberger 
A. J. Whittenberger . . . 
Curtis McCutcheon . . . . 

John F. Logan 

Oscar B, Wells 

George R. Moon 

William D. Frazer . . . . 

Morgan .Vlanly 

H.C. Frazer 

Chas. F. Morris 

Eugene Harley 

S. L.Kptring 

Lewis F. Coleman .... 
Hiram S. Briggs 



North Webster 
Warsaw . . , . 
Burkett . . . . 
Warsaw . . . . 
Warsaw .... 
Leesburg . . . 
Warsaw . . . . 
Millwood . . . 
Warsaw . . . . 
Wnrsaw . . . . 
Warsaw . . . . 
Syracuse . . - 
Warsaw . . . . 
Claypool . . . 
Claypool . . . 
Atwood . . . 
Pierceton . . . 
Silver Lake . .' 
Warsaw .... 
Warsaw .... 
Warsaw .... 
Warsaw .... 
Warsaw .... 
Clunette .... 
Syracuse . . . 
Warsaw .... 
Warsaw .... 



November 1,1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 21, 1894. 
December 4. 1894 
December -5, 1894. 
December 20, 1894. 
December 26, 1894. 
February 5. 1895. 
February 19, 1895. 
February 20, 1895. 
March 11, 1895. 
March2M895. 
March SO, 1895. 
April 16, 1895. 
April 17, 1895. 
May 1,1895. 
May 27, 1895. 
June 12, 1895. 
June 13,1895. 
September 4, 1895, 
October 31, 1895. 
January 14, 1896. 
January 17, 1896. 
January 21,1896. 
February 28. 1896. 
March 27, 1896. 



151 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued, 
KOSCIUSKO COUNTY— Continued. 



NAMB. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date ok CfiMMissiox. 




Warsaw . 

Silver Lake 

Milford 


April 14, 1896. 




April 16. 1896. 




May 8, 1896. 




June 3 1896 




Mentone . . 

Warsaw 


June 12, 1896. 


Arthur C.M'cCarter 


June 19,1896. 
July 20, 1896. 






August 21, 1896. 


Leiffh H. Haymond 

Herbert W. Laird 




September 16,1896. 
October 28, 1896. 











LAGKA.NGE COUNTY. 



Frank J. Dunton 
John W. Hanan . . 
John (\ Young . . . 
J. B. Weaver . . . . 
J. N. Rabcofk . . 
J.M.Kennedy . . 
Henry M. Kramer . 
Delbert D. LaRue . 
William H. Wigton 
John H Caton 
William W. Holmes 
Edwin CJ.Cook 
Charles H. Hulbart . 
Frank A. Benham . 
G.W.Ellitharp . . 
John Long . . . 

John J. Gillette . . 
Leroy A.Foster . . 



Lagrange . . . 
Lagrange . . . 
Topeka . . 

Shipshewana . 
Topeka . . . . 
Lagrange . . . 
Lagrange . . . 
Lagrange . . 
Lagr»nge . . . 
Mt. Pifgah . . 
Lagrange . . 
Walcottville . 
Wolcottville . 
Lagrange 
South Milford 
Brighton . . . 
Lagrange . . . 
Lagrange . . . 



December 20, 1891. 
December 2H, 1894. 
December 28, 1894. 
April 5, 189i. 
Aprils, 1895. 
July 19, 1895 
September 7, 1895. 
September 17, 1895: 
September 21. 1895. 
October 26, 1895. 
November 21, 1895. 
January 14,1896. 
January 19, 1896. 
March 28, 1896. 
April 10, 1896. 
May 5, 1896. 
Sejtember23, 1896. 
October 20, 1896. 



LAKE COUlNTY. 



Johannes Kopelke ... 
James W. Briggs .... 

Milo M. Bruce 

Claude W. Allman ... 

Jacob Miller 

Charles N. Morton .... 
Frank W. Clinton .... 
Frank Schnetz .... 

George F. Gerlach .... 
George A. A. Mason . . . 
Edward W. Wickey. . . . 
William Bartel . . . 

Arthur A. Maynard . . . 
Paul B. Lipinski . . . 
Schuyler C. Dwyer . . 

Henry Stead Davidson . . 
Stephen W. Winters . . . 

R. C. Wood 

Louis Wettengel . . . 

Arthur C. Pattie 

W.G. Friedley 

Wm. A. I'lcVey 

J. G. Ibach 

A. A. Sauerman 

J.B.Smith 

William C Schrage . . . 

Peter W. .Meyn 

.r. Frank Meeker. .... 

I. R. Ladd 

Stanley T.Sutton 

Wm. F. Graf .... 

Herman Saltwedel .... 
James K. Stinson .... 
Julius W.Youehe . . . . 
Frederick W. Shennerman 



Crown Point . 
Hobart. . . . 
Hammond . . 
Crown Point . 
Griffith . . . 
Crown Point . 
East Chicago . 
Hanover Center 
St. John .... 
Hammond . . 
Bast Chicago . 
Hammond . . 
Crown Point . 
Hammond 
Lowell .... 
Whiting .... 
East Chicago . 
Lowell .... 
Hobart .... 
Hammond . . 
Hammond . . 
Hammond . . 
Hammond . . 
Crown Point . 
Hammond . . 
Whiting .... 
Hammond . . 
Crown Point . 
East Chicago . 
Crown Point . 
Whiting .... 
Deep River . . 
Hammond . . 
Crown Point . 
Tolleston . . . 



November 9, 1894. 
November iO, 1894. 
December 3, 1894. 
December 4, 1894. 
December 18, 1894. 
December 26. 1894. 
January 12, 1895. 
January 14, 1895. 
January 19. 1895. 
February 9. 1895. 
February 23. 1895. 
March 9, 1895. 
March 20, 1895. 
March 20, 1895. 
April 9,1895. 
April 26, 1895. 
April 27, 1895. 
June 4, 1S95. 
June 4, 1895. 
June 28, 1895. 
July 12, 1895. 
July 15,1895. 
July 19, 1895. 
July 26, 1895. 
August 6, 1895. 
Augu.-t 12, 18^5. 
September 18, 1895, 
October 1,1895. 
October 15, 1895. 
October 25, 1895. 
November 13. 1895. 
January 3, 189S. 
January 6, 1896. 
January 30, 1896. 
March 9,1896. 



152 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

LAKE COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 




Crown Point 


March 10, 1896 




March 10, 1896 ■ 




Tolleston 


March 14, 1896 




Hammond 

Crown Point 


April 22,1896. 
April 23,. 1896. 
April 26, 1896. 
May 5, 1896. 
May 11, 1896. 
May 16, 1896. 
May 21, 1896. 


M. E. Din widdie 




E. E. Beck 




J. W. Belshaw 




Emil Fischer 






Hiimmnnd 

Crown Point 


B. C. Morton • . . 

Daniel McKinley 

Stella S. Meekqr 

A. H. Rice 


May 25, 1896. 
June 13, 1896. 


Crown Point 

Whiting 


June 19, 1896. 
June 23, 1896. 




Merrillville 

Lake Station 

Hammond 

Crown Point . . . . r . . . 

Crown Point 

Hammond 


July 13, 1896. 
July '20, 1896. 
August 10, 1896. 
August 14, 1896. 




Jenny R.Pannenborg 


Arthur H. (Jriggs . . 


August 18, 1896. 
August 20, 1896. 





LAPORTE COUNTY. 



Daniel Noyes . . . 
Albert H. Liest . . 
John H. Bradley 
Alex. C. Schwager . 
J.W.Broeffle . . . 
Pearl Hewitt . . . 
Henry C. Shannon 
Julius C Trnvis. . . 
James 0. Reilly. . . 
Frank E. Usbnrn . . 
Mar'in Anderson . . 
Willard D.Norton . 
James O'Brien . . . 
F. G. Andrews . . . 
John M Seppey. 
Willi:im H. Haggard 
Daniel M. Nye . . 
Charles E.Wills . . 
Jonathan Snook . . 
Martin T. Krueger . 
Mathias Seberger . . 
Cornelius R.Collins 
Aida Meyer .... 
M. K. Leliter .... 
Dee N.Osborn. . . 
Loren A. Foster. . . 
Joseph Tnylnr. 
Edward J. Widdie . 
T. Lloyd Park. . . 
Williain H. Breece . 
Emmet Scott . . . 
J.F. M.Lloyd . . . 
Edna E. Line ... 
Amos Gr. Sarber . ■ . 
Ihomas B. Wilson . 
William A. Bray 
Warren C. Kausburg 
Charles Porter • . . 
George P. Swan . . . 
J. Vene Dorland . . 
S. E.Williams ■ 
Harry Bowman Wair 
Anna B. Linard, . . 
Azariah Williams. . 
William T. Kinsey . 
John S. Holloway. . 



Laporte 

Michigan City . . . 

Laporte 

Michigan City . . . 

Laporte 

Laporte 

Laporte 

Laporte 

LaCrosse. ...... 

Laporte . , 

Laporte 

Laporte 

Laporte 

Laporte 

Laporte 

Laporte 

Lajjorte 

Hunna. 

Michigan City . . . 
Michigan City. . . 

Laporte 

Michigan City, . . 
Michigan City. . . 

Laporte 

Wanatah 

Hesston 

New Buffalo, Mich 

Laporte 

Laporte 

Michigan City. . . 

Laporte 

Rolling Prairie . . 

Laporte 

Laporte 

Wanatah 

Michigan City . . . 
Laporte . . . 

Michigan City . . . 

Laporte 

Laporte 

Laporte 

Laporte 

Laporte 

Westville . , . . 
Michigan City . . . 
Laporte 



November 19, 1894. 
November 22, 1894. 
November 24, 1894. 
December 11,1894. 
December 12. 1894. 
December 22, 1894. 
Januarv 19. 1895. 
January 25, 1895. 
February 4, 1895. 
February il. 1895. 
March 11, 1895. 
March 14, 1895. 
May 14, 1895. 
June 4,1895. 
June 14, 1895. 
June 29, 1895. 
July 13, 1895. 
July 23, 1895. 
July 27, 1K95. 
August 3,1895. 
August 5, 1895. 
August 10, 1895. 
August 24, 1895. 
September?, 1895. 
October 1, 1895. 
October 4.1895. 
October 14, 1895. 
November 19, 1895. 
December 12, 1895. 
December 23,1895. 
December 24, 1895. 
December 28, 1895. 
January 2, 1896. 
January 9, 1896. 
February 6, 1896. 
March 2, 1896. 
March 2, 1896. 
April 6,1896. 
April 14, 1896. 
April 28, 1896. 
May 15, 1896. 
May 25, 1896. 
June 17, 1896. 
July 7. 1896. 
August 22, 1896. 
October 12, 1896. 



153 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 
LA.WKENCE COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Co.mmission. 




Bedford 

Bedford 

Bedford 

Bedford 

Bartlettsville 


November 23, 1894 


Charles A. Knight 


November 30, 1894. 
December 17, 1894. 




January 12, 1895 


Stephen A. Bartlett 


January 14, 1895. 
February 9, 1895 




Heltonville 

Bedford 

Bloomington 

Turinelton 

Bedford 


April 10, 1895. 


Edward K. Dye 

Lurnan L. Smith 

Daniel B. Guthrie 

Fred N. Fletcher 


April 22. 1895. 
Junell, 1895. 
December 18, 1895. 
December 23. 1895. 


W. B Stipp .... 


Mitchell 


January 6, 1896. 




January 14. 1896. 






January 22, 1896. 




Ft. Ritner 


February 6. 1896. 




Mitchell 


February 17, 1896. 


Elijah E. Mitchell 




April 6. 1896. 
May 28. 1896. 


James A. Faring 


Bedford 




Ft. Ritner 

Bedford 


April 11. 1S96. 
April 11, 1896. 
April 14,1896. 










May 4, 1896. 




Bedford 


October 17, 1896. 


Wm.F. Brooks 


Bedford 

Mitchell 


October 17, 1896. 
October 20, 1896. 









MADISON COUNTY. 



Francis A. Walker 


Anderson 


November 2. 1894. 




Summitville 

Elwood 


November 7, 1894. 




Novembers. 1894 




November 10, 1894. 


Bartlett H. Campbell 




November 20, 1894. 






November 22, ISH. 






November 23, 1894. 






December 4, 1894. 






December 5, U94. 


W. G. Burnett 


Anderson 

Anderson 


December 7, 1894. 


Hiram G. Johnston 


December 10,1894. 


John F. McClure 




December 10, 1894. 


John W. Lovett 




December 13, 1894. 


H. C. Ryan 




December 14,1894. 






December 27, 1894. 


George T. Beebe 


Anderson 


January 9, 189'>. 


Willis S. Ellis 


Janunrv 16, 1H95. 


D. W. Wood 




January 22, 1895. 






February 4, 1S95. 


Marcellus A. Chipman 




February 9. 1895. 


G. M. Ballard ... 




February 19, 1895. 
February 23. 1895. 


Elliott Lee ... 




0. C.McLpod 


Anderson 

Alexandria 


March 2, 1893. 


John M. Williams 


March 12,1895. 


)ohn Frith 

Floyd S. Ellison 


Elwood 


March 23, 1895. 
April 2, 1895. 
April 3, 1895. 
April 9, 1895. 
April 13. 1895. 
May 3, 1895. 
May 9, 1895. 


James N. Hundley 

B.M.Welker 


Summitville 

Anderson 


Winfield S. Moflfett 


Elmer Smith 


Frankton 

Pendleton 


C.E. Goodrich 


May 9, 1895. 


O.T. Frflsh 




May 10. 1895, 


Bert H. Vestal . . ... 




May 28. 1895. 


Edward D. Reardon . .' 




June 6. 1895. 






June 19, 1895. 


Daniel H. Fernandez 


Anderson 


June 24, 1895. 



154 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

MA.DISON COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 






July 18, 1895. 




Anderson 

Elwood 

Anderson 


July 29, 1895. 


Cora C. Turley 


August 1, 1895. 




August 2, 1895. 




Anderson 


August 6, 1895. 




August 6, 1895. 


William J) Shelton 




August 9, 1895. 
August 13, 1895. 




Elwood ._ 


Wm. A.Swindell 


August 13, 1895. 






August 14, 1895. 


John A.Howard 


Frankton 

Elwood 


August 24, 1895. 
Septembers, 1895. 
September?, 1895. 
September 17, 1895. 




Elwood 




AndeTSon 




iiummitville 

Anderson .- . . . 

Anderson .... ....... 


October 1, 1895. 




October 2, 1895. 


I. J. Beatty 


October 4, 1895. 


Wm H Zeisler 


October 4, 1895. 






October 7, 1895. 






October 21, 1895. 


Calvin H. Allen 




October 30, 1895. 






October 30, 1895. 


George Banner 

William F. Pence 


Perkinsville 


November 29, 1895. 
November 30, 1895. 


Almeron T. Chapin 




December 5,1895. 




December 5, 1895. 




Ale.xandria 


December 17, 1895. 




December 20, 1895. 






January 2, 1896. 






January 9, 1896. 


Wm. H.Walker 




January 16, 1896. 


Wesley S. Jordan 




January 22, 1896. 




January 24, 1896. 


Edgar M.O'Dear . . . . 




January 28, 1896. 




Elwood 

Elwood . 


January 31,1896. 


William W Wood 


February 4, 1896. 


Wm. H Beachler 




February 5, 1896. 






February 6, 1896. 






February 6. 1896. 


Willis Rector 




February 10, 1896. 
February 24, 1896. 


Ellis C. Carpenter 


Anderson 


Harvey J. Leonard 

Ernest B Lane . . 


February 25, 1896. ■ 




February 27, 1896. 






March 10, 1896. 


Wm.H. Crouse 




March 17. 1896. 


J. Walter Vermillion 


Alexandria 

Alexandria 


March 17. 1896. 


W.I. Hall 


March 18, 1896. 


Bert R. Call 


March 25, 1896. 




Orestes 

Anderson 


March 25. 1896. 




April 10,1896. 


Enoch M Blose .... 


April 25,1896 
April 25, 1896. 


G. W. Surratt 




J. W. Folind 




May 13, 1896. 


J. VV. Robertson 


Summitville 


May 28. 1896. 




June 3. 1896. 


Lawrence V. Mays 

Waller [. HugheB 




June 30, 1896. 


Alexandria 

Elwood 


August 27, 1896. 


Henrietta Wilkie 


September 21, 1896. 






September 21, 1896. 


William H. Brelsford . . . 




October 12, 1896. 


Frank B. Williams 




October 16, 1896. 






October 28, 1896. 






October 30, 1896. 


William G.Zerfaee 


Elwood 


October 31, 1896. 



155 
NOTARIES PUBLtC— Continued. 

MARION COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date op Commission. 



Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Lawrence . . 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapdlis 
Oaklandon . 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Southport 
Indianii polls 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianaiiolis 
John S. Booth I Indianapolis 



Wm. P. Reagan . ... 

Theodore F. Harrison. . . 
George C. Grinsteiner . . . 
Henry Hellam Hornbrook 

George W. Empey 

John S. Keid , 

Ralph Bamberger , 

Mrs. Nellie Reaume ... 
George R. Btrnhart. ... 
Daniel Wait Howe .... 

Annie A. Lewis 

Geiirge Carter , 

John B. Haun 

John W. Combs 

Wm.H. Laird, Jr. ... 
Charles S.McBride ... 

Henry A. Beck 

Thomas A. Gentle .... 

James Mardick 

Joshua E. Florea 

James S. Cruse 

Fred W. Morgan .... 
William B. Judah ... 

Minnie B. Cowan 

Winnie Carpenter Morgan 
James W. Wands 



Samuel Ashby 
Evans Woulrn . . . . 
Lewis G. Akin . . . . 
John .\I. Peitzueh. . . 
Loui.s G. Krtel . . . . 
Howell Waddle . . 
Chas. E.Merrifleld . . 
Lucv E. Osborn . . . . 
William H. Craft . . . 
Ernest V. Clark. . . 
Wilbur F. Browder . . 
Thomas L. Catterson 
Jason E. Baker . . . . 
Crate D. Bowen . . . . 

Cora Bell 

L.P.Harlan . . . . 
Horace J. Eddy . . . 
Martin L.Wells . . . 
George F.Mull . . . 
George N . Catterson . 
Henry D. Goder. . . . 
Henry J. Prier . . . . 
Oscar F. Clevenger . 
Edward (lilbert. . . 
Giles S. Bradley . . . 
Wm.F.MilholIand. 
Louis Newberger . . 
James E. Springer ■ . 
Robert S. McMeans . . 
John M. Bailey . . . 
Charle.' Baden . . . 
Addie L. Hardy. . . . 
John A. Miller 
Charles W. Moores . . 
Peter Pfisterer . . 

Robert F. Davidson. . 
Charles E. Averill 
James R. Cam aha n. • 
David S. MeKernan. . 
T. E.Johnson. . . . 
Albert W. Denny . . . 
Bessie Franklin . . 
Charles Harrington. . 
Walter H. Shortridge. 



Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Mapleton 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapnlis 

Indianapdlis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 



November 1, 1894. 
November 8,189*. 
Novembfr 10, 1894. 
November IS, 1894. 
November 13, 1894. 
November 13, 1894. 
November 14, 1894. 
November 15, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 17, 1894. 
November 17, 1894. 
November 22, 1894. 
November 23, 1894. 
November 26, 1894. 
November 27, 1894. 
November 27, 1894. 
Novenil er 28, 1894. 
December 1,1894. 
December 3, 1894. 
December 4, 1894. 
December 4,1894. 
December 6,1894. 
December n, 1894. 
December 12. 1894. 
December 12, 1894. 
December 13, 1894. 
December 15, 1894. 
Decembers, 1894. 
December 19, 1894. 
December 20. 1S94. 
December 21, 1894. 
December 27. 1894. 
January 2, 1895. 
January 2,1895. 
January 2, li'95. 
January 3, 1895. 
January 3, 1895. 
January 4. 1H95. 
January 4, 1895. 
January 10, 1895. 
January 10, 18V'5. 
January 14, 1S95. 
January 14, 18^5. 
January 17, l!^95. 
January 22. 1895. 
January 23, 1895. 
January 24.1895. 
January 24. 1895. 
January 28. 1895. 
January 28. 1895. 
February 4,1895. 
February 6, 1895. 
Februarv 7, If-flS. 
February 9, 1895. 



Indianapolis February 11, 1895. 



Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapnlis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapnlis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis 



February 11. 1895. 
February 15, 1895. 
February 15, 1895. 
February 18. 1895. 
February 19,1895. 
February 20, 1895. 
February 23, 1895. 
February 27, 1895. 
February 27, 1895. 
February 27, 1895. 
February 28. 1895. 
March 4, 1895. 
March 6. 18^5. 
March 7, 1895. 
March 8, 1>95. 
March 8, 1895. 



156 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

MAKION COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date op Commission. 



Lueppo D. Buenting 
Charles D. Hirst . . 
Will W.Dunkle. . . 
Chas. M. Reagon . . 
F. T. McWhirter . . 
Harry E. Negley . . 
John F. Brennan . . 
William T. Brown . 
Edward C. Cooper . 
Harvey B. Martin . 
John S. Ferris. . . 
Orlando B. lies ... 
Henry Clay Allen. . 
Hattie Moore . . . 
Boyd M. Ralston 
Frederick Baggs • . 
Ambrose P. Stanton 
Sylvander Felton. . 
Adam A. Gauld. . . 
James P. Baker. . . 
Louis J. Metzger . . 
John Chislett 
Chas. D. Mcintosh 
William A. Hughes. 
Charles E. Thornton 
William A . Reading 
Chas. A. Minch ... 
Chas. R. Haseley . . 
Lindsay M. Brown . 
Martin Mann ... 
Tyra Montgomery . 
James B. Curtis. . . 
Ale.xander H Sedam 
Harley A. Russell. . , 
I. Newton Todd. . . 
Maude Mankin ... 
Henry Holt .... 
Samuel Denny . . . . 
Eugene K. Marquis. , 
Homer B. Ragan . , 
Isadore Peibleman . . 
Laura Hitt . . . . . 

John Long 

Lulu Brown. . . . , 
John T. Plummer. . . 
William H. Ludwig. . 
George A. Taffe . . . . 
Wm.H. A. Dell. . . , 
Adolph Frey . . . . 
Philip Wilkinson. . . 
James A. McGraw ■ . 
Frank M. Hueber. . . 
Chas.E. Holl')way . . 
Harry O. Swaim. . . . 
Edward P. Thompson 
Frederick E. Matson . 
John W. Kealing . . 
Henry C. Davis . . . . 
Chas. B.Clarke . . . . 
George B. Weir . . . . 
Nellie M. Wilson . . 
Charles Martindale , 
Albert Bowden . . . 
Walter H. Villiers . . 
Mattie M. Purvis . . . 
Horace (i. Study . . . 
Orson H.Wood worth . 
Arthur M. Hood . . . 

Georere Wolf 

Wcodburn Mason . . 
James M. Swan . . . 



Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
N. Indianapoli 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis . 
Indiinapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Inilianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
IndiHnapnlis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indinnapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapoljs . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indiiinapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianayjolis . 
Indianapolis . 
Indianapolis . 



March 9, 1895. 
March 11, 1895. 
March 13,1895. 
March 16, 1895. 
March 23, 1895. 
March 22, 1895. 
March 25,1895. 
March 25, 1895. 
March 26, 1895. 
March 27,1895. 
March 28. 1895. 
March 29, 1895. 
March 29, 1895. 
April 6, 1895. 
April 8, 1895. 
April 10, 1895. 
April 16, 1895. 
April 19, 1895. 
April 19 J895. 
Anril 22,1895. 
April 23, 1895. 
April 25, 1895. 
April 25, 1895. 
April 25. 1895. 
May 6, 1895. 
May 11, 1895. 
May 11, 1895. 
May 14, 1895. 
May 14, 1895. 
May 15, 1895. 
May 18,1895. 
May 24, 1895. 
May 25, 1895. 
May 25, 1895. 
May 25. 1895. 
May 27, 1895. 
May 29, 1895. 
May 31, 1895. 
June 7, 1895. 
June 7. 1895. 
June 12,1895. 
June 1-S, 1895. 
June 17,1845. 
June 17, 1895. 
June 21, 1895. 
June 22, 1895. 
June 24, 1895. 
June 27, 1895. 
June 27,1895. 
July 2, 1895. 
July 3, 1895. 
July 6,1895-. 
July 8,1895. 
July 9. 1895. 
July 10, 1895. 
July 10, 1895. 
July 11,1895. 
July 15, 1895. 
July 15, 1895. 
July 22, 1895. 
July 26, 1895. 
July 26, 1895. 
July 29, 1895. 
August 2, 1895. 
August 5, 1895. 
Augusts, 1895. 
August 5, 1895. 
August 5, 1895. 
August 7, 1895. 
August 7, 1895. 
August 9, 1895. 



157 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

MARION COUNTY-Continued. 



NAME. 




Date ov Commission. 



William W. Kray . . 
William N. Harding . 
Bessie Hervey . . . . 
Samuel Taylor . . . . 
Benj. P. Wa'son . . . 
Francis M. Springer . 
O.L.Webb . . . 

George W. Woods . . 
Z. K. MoCormack . . 
Wm. H. Myers . . . . 
Charles T. Kramer . . 
Flavius J. Van Vorhis 
Mary Brown . . . . 
Julius W. Knipp . . 
David A. Coulter . . . 
Frank P. Archer . . . 
Sibyl Holbrook .... 
William E.Mick . . . 
James W. Hensley . . 
George Q. Bruce . . . 
Sara E. Downing . . 
Charles D. Johnson . 
John .f. Valdemaire . 
Alfred x\I. Gibson . . 
Frank^N. Fitzgerald . 
Edward B Kaub . . . 
John S. Tarkington . 
George W . Wishard . 
Charles M. Cooper . . 
James L. Mitchell . . 
Samuel D. LaFuge . 
J. Omer Lowry ... 
Belle Vickers . . . 
Edward W. Little . . 
Francis J. A. Sullivan 
Francis C. Lucas . , 
Joseph W. Wharton . 

WillH.Latta 

Jesse D. Ha merick 
Joseph J. Kreber . . . 
Ernest G. Hurst 
S. Carroll Bugbee . . 
Alic3 Walsh . . . 

Caroline B. Hendricks 
George F. Lutz . . 
James A. Walsh . . . 
Elmer E. Stevenson . 
Al.inzo M. Hadley . . 
John J. Rochford . . . 
Maude Wonnell . . . 
Callie E. Kinney . . . 
Daniel T Shields. . . 
C.U.Hereth . . . . 
W.T. Patten . . . . . 
Robert Waters .... 
John V. Wagoner. . . 
Charles E. Reynolds . 
John F. Carson . . 
Richard M. Coleman . 
Henry Warrum . , . 
William H.Ogborn . . 
Fred K. Shepard . . 
Rome B. Coleman . . 
Murat W. Hopkins 
George W. McDonald 
Lynn B. Martindale . 

Pierre Gray 

H.S. McMichael . . . 
Lewis Baum . . 

ry McDonald . . . 
Etta Griffith 



Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapoljs 

Indianapolis 

Irvington . . 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Brightwood . 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Cumberland 

Haughville 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Haughville . 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapoljs 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 



August 10, 1895. 
August 12, 1895. 
August 14, 1895. 
August 19, 1895. 
August 20, 1895. 
August 21. 1895. 
August 27, 1895. 
August 29, 1895. 
August 30, 1895. 
September 4, 1895. 
September 4, 1895. 
September 5, 1S95. 
September 10, 1895. 
September 14, 1895. 
September 14, 1895. 
September 17, 1895. 
September 18, 1895. 
September 21, 1895. 
September 24, 1895. 
September 25, 1895. 
September 25, 1895. 
September 25, 1895. 
September 2s 1895. 
September 26, 1895. 
September 27, 1895. 
October 3, 1895. 
Octobers, 1895. 
October 4, 1895. 
October 9, 1895. 
October 9, 1895. 
October 9, 1895. 
October 10, 1895. 
October 14, 1895. 
October 15. 1895. 
October 17, 1895. 
October 17, 1895. 
October 18, 1895. 
October 19, 1895. 
October 21, 1895. 
October 21, 1895. 
October 22, 1895. 
October 2^. 1895. 
October 24, 1895. 
October 25, 1895. 
October 28, n95. 
October 20, 1895. 
October 31, 1895. 
November 1, 1895. 
November 2, 1895. 
November 4,1895. 
November 5, 1895. 
November 5, 1895. 
November 7,1895. 
November 7, 1895. 
November 11, 1895. 
November 12, 1895. 
November 13, 1895. 
November 13, 1895. 
November 15, 1895. 
November 15, 1895. 
November 18. 1895. 
November 18. 1895. 
November 19, 1895. 
November 19, 1895. 
November 27, 1895. 
December 2,1895. 
December 2,1895. 
December 7, 1895. 
December 9, 1895. 
December 9, 1895. 
December 10, 1895. 



158 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

MAEION COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



Charles A. Korbly, Jr 
Bart Parker. ■ 
William H Smythe. . 
John M. Miller . . . . 
Wilbur W. Uork . , 
William W. Pringle , 
Samuel Heath . . . 
John L. Reardon . . . 
Theodore Stein . . . 
Horace B. Hord . . . 
John Chestnut . . 

James W. King, ^"r . . 
Frank L. Littleton . . 
Cornelia Clough . . . 
Russell Eckman . . . 
W. H.Newby . . . . 

Sol Meyer 

Flovd A. Woods . . . 
Will E. McCrary . . . 
Thomas C. Day . 
Edward J. tJousepohl 
William H. Drapier . 
M. G. Hornaday . . . 
Thompson R. Bell . . 
Wm. H. Payne - . • . 
Robert ClarK . . 

Elizabeth B.Griffith . 
Otis C. Hann ... . 
Claude B. Cooke . . . 

Henry C. Cox 

Nellie P. Simmons . . 

W.H.Jordan 

Frank W. Woerner . . 

Lew Nicoli 

James J. Moran. . . 
Walter V. Bozell . . . 
Harry Sheets ... 

Henry Coe 

Arba T.Perry . . . . 
Charles N. Lee . . . . 
Eben A. Parker. . . . 
Jacob W. Smith. . . . 
Frederick W. Cady . . 
George U. Bingham . 
James H. Witty. . . . 
George W Stubbs. . . 
Rollo B Oglesbee. . . 
C. A. Hilgenberg 
Charles J. McGinnis . 
George H. Batchelor 
Ira K. Thayer. . . . 
Lewis Wallace. Jr 
Elisha J. Howl»nd . . 
James W. Uurcan . . 
Lettie V. Klemmg . . 
Austin B. Prathtr . . 
A.C. Metcalr . . 

Philip Sirack 

Lucius B. Swift. . 
Upton J. Hammond . 
David B. Bowlus • . . 
Alfred E. Dickey . . . 
E. L. Dvne.s . . . 

Oliver W. Vorhis . . . 

John J. Appel 

Edwin B. Pugh . . . 
A. C. Benedict . . . 
EliasJaooby . . . . 
Herbert P. Brown. . . 

Albert Leap 

Walter P. Hanna . . . 



Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianhpolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Irdianapolis 

Indianapoli'S 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indinnapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Malott Park. 

Indianapols 

Indianapolis 

Lawrence 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 



December 10, 1895. 
December 10, ^S%. 
December 12, 1895. 
Decembtr 13,1895. 
December 16, 1895. 
December 18, 1895. 
December 19, 1895. 
December 19, 1895. 
December 23, 1895. 
December 24, 1895. 
December 26. 1895. 
December 28. 1895.. 
January 2, 1896. 
January ?, i886. 
January 3, 1896. 
January 3, 1896. 
January 7, 1896. 
January 7, 1896. 
January 8. 1896. 
January 9, 1896. 
January 11, 1896. 
January 13, 1896. 
January U, 1896. 
January 14, 1896. 
January 16, 1896. 
January 17, 1896. 
January 27, 1896. 
January 27, 1896. 
January 28, 1896. 
January 29. 1896. 
January 30, 1896. 
January 31, 1836. 
February 3, 1896. 
February 4,1896. 
February 7, 1896. 
February 7,1896. 
February 8,1896. 
February 10, 1896. 
February 10, 1896. 
February 11. 1896. 
February 12, 1896. 
February 12, 1896. 
Februarv 17,1896, 
February 18,1896. 
February 18, 1896. 
February 18, 1896. 
February 19, 1896. 
February 19, 1896. 
February 19, 1896. 
February 19, 1896. 
February 19, 1896. 
February 24. 1896.. 
March 4, 1896. 
March 5. 1896. 
March 7, 1896. 
March 7. 1896. 
March 7. 1896. 
March 9, 1896. 
February 28, 1896. 
February 29, 1896. 
March 2, 1896. 
March 3,1896. 
March 10, 1896. 
March 11, 1896. 
March 11,1896. 
March 11, 1896. 
March 12, 1896. 
March 12, 1896. 
March 12, 1896. 
March 16. 1896. 
March 17, 1896. 



159 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

MARION COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



Robert H. Strause . . 
Anna L. Workman 
Howard H. Phillips. . 
Ella V. Cramer . . . 
Frank L. Bingham 
Harold Taylor . . . 
Sam'l H. Shank. . . . 
W. S. Balleneer. . . . 
Herbert B. Fieber. . . 
Virgil H. Lockwood . 
Martha C. Proctor . . 
Samuel M. Conner . . 
Noel W. Williams • . 
Arthur Timberlake . . 
John L. Benedict. 

S. A. Howard 

W. C. Garrison . . . . 

Esther R. Bell 

John Reagan 

Asbury G. Allen . - . 
F.D.Stils-,. . . . . . 

M. D. Ellis 

B.B. Bales .. . . 

A. W. Peterson .... 

I. L. Bloomer 

Wm.C. White 

C.C.Hanch 

M. H. Daniels 

W. M. Earsom . . . 
Elmer Marshall. . . . 
I. W. Pease . . . . 
John W.Blake . . . 
Elizabeth Ramey . . . 
C. B. Feibleman . . . 
George W. Bailey. . . 
Benjamin C. Wright . 
John W, Tomlinson . 
Jefferson M. Wilson . 
John Osman. . . . 

George K. Perrin . . . 
John H.Wilson. . . 

E. F. Hart 

Samuel Sawyer . . ■ . 
G. A. Rose . . . . 

L. A. Whitoomb. . . . 
Hiram Teter . . . . 

E. R. Parmlee 

C.C. Hadley . . . . 

R.J. Moulton 

Jennie Condell . . . . 
W. A. Barron . . . . 
H.M.Franklin, . . . 

A.B.Wilson 

H.S. Holton . . . . 
Benjamin H. Dugdale 
Edward R. West . . . 
Artie F. Singleton . . 
Burton L. Beviile. . . 
John S. Duncan. • . 
William C.Thompson 
Ernest R.Odle . . . 
Wm. H.Davis. . - . . 
Oscar E. Lee . 
Robert Shinsler. . . . 
John W. Ellison . 

Edward N. Messick. . 
Wm. W. Tenney . . . 
Daniel L Lifeber . . . 
Wm. Wallace Knapp . 
Edward C. Dunmeyer 
John S. Kimmerley. . 



Indianapolis . . . , 

Indianapolis . . . . 

Indianapolis . . . . 

Indianapolis . . . . 

Indianapolis . . . . 

Indianapolis . . . . 

Irvington 

Indianapolis .. . . . 

Indianapolis . . . . 

Indianapolis . . . 

Indianapolis ... 

Indianapolis . . . . 

Indianapolis . . . . 

Indianapolis . . . , 

Indianapolis . . . . 

Indianapolis ... 

Indianapolis ... 

Indianapolis ... 

Indianapolis ... 

West Newton . . . , 

Indianapolis . . . . 

Indianapolis . . . , 

Indianapolis . . . . 

Indianapolis . . . , 

Indianapolis . . . . 

Indianapolis ... 

Indianapolis . . . . 

Indianapolis . . . . 

Indianapolis . . . , 

Indianapolis ... 

Indianapolis . . . . 

Indianapolis . . . , 

Indianapolis . . . . 

Indianaiiolis . . . . 

Indianapolis . . . . 

Indiinapolis . . . . 

Indianapolis . . . , 

Indianapolis . . . , 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis . . . . 

Indianapolis . . . . 

Indianapolis . . . . 

Indinnapolis . . . , 

Indianapolis . . . . 

Indianapolis . . 

Indianapolis . . . . 

Indianapolis . . . . 

Indianapolis . . . . 

Indianapolis . . • 

Indianapolis . , . , 

Indianapolis . . . . 

Indianapolis . . . , 

Indianapolis ... 

Indianapolis . . . , 

Irvington 

Inrlimapolis . . . , 

Indianapolis . . . - 

Indianapolis . . . , 

Indianapolis . . . , 

Indianapolis . . . < 

Indianapolis ... 
North Indianapolis 

Indianapolis . . . , 

Indianapolis ... 

Indianapolis ... 

Indianapolis ... 

Indianapolis ... 

Indianapolis . . . 

Indianapolis . . . 

Indianapolis . . . 

Indiinapolis . . . 



March 19,1896. 
March 20.1896. 
March 24, 1896. 
March 26, 1896. 
March 2o, 1896. 
March 26,1896. 
March 26,1896. 
March 26, 1896. 
March 27, 1896. 
March 27,1896. 
March 27, 1896. 
March 27. 1896. 
March 30, 1896. 
March 31, 1896. 
April 3, 1896. 
April 3,1896. 
April 6,1896. 
April 6, 1896. 
April 8, 1896. 
April 8, 1896. 
April 8,1896. 
April 9,1896. 
April 9, 1896. 
April 9, 1896. 
April 9, 1896. 
April 11, 1896. 
April 11, 1896. 
April 13,1896. 
April 13, 1896. 
April 13, 1896. 
April 15, 1896. 
April 17, 1896. 
April 17,1896. 
April 22, 1896. 
April 22, 1896. 
April 24, 1896. 
April 24,1896. 
April 27, 1896. 
April 28, 1896. 
April 29,1896. 
April 29, 1896. 
May 2, 1896. 
May 4, 1896. 
May 4, 1896. 
May 5, 1896. 
May 7, 18-6. 
May 9. 1896. 
May 12, 1896. 
May 13, 1896. 
May 13, 1896. 
May 14, 1896. 
May 15, 1896. 
May 18, 1896. 
May 19, 1896. 
May 23, 1896. 
May 25, 1896. 
May 27, 1896. 
May 27, 1896. 
May 29, 1896. 
June 3, 1896. 
June 3, 1896. 
June 3,1896. 
June 8,1896. 
June 8,1896. 
June 9, 1896. 
June 9. 1896. 
June 13, 1896. 
June 2t, 1896. 
June 24,1896. 
June 2'\ 1896. 
June 26, 1896. 



160 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

MARION COUNTY -Continued. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE, 



Date of Commission. 



David 0. Bryan .... 

G.W.Tucker 

Hoyt N. McClain . . . 
Fannie M. Boote , . . 
Alice M. Hanson . . . 
David W. Coffin. . . . 
Wm.T. McLain. . . . 

Zula Green 

J. B. Phillips . . . . 
E.K. bhugert. .... 
Wm. B. Schwartz . . . 
James R. Routh. . . . 
Robert E. Smith . . . 

Albert Smith 

E. B. Switt 

Keate F. Parker • . . 
Clarence K. Davis . . 
E H. Derry . . . 
Henry W.Bullock . . 
Patrick J. Carlon. 
Horace E Smith . . . 
Joseph O.Swift . . . 
John L. F. Steeg 
C. Henry 0. Rosebrock 
John Lyman Jones . . 
Albert Robb .... 
Jessie Earnhart. . . . 
W. P. Adkirison . . . 
L. L Eganbright . . . 

Daisy Deane 

J. R. t ranks 

A.B. Cornelius ... 
Frank J. Lahr .... 
Anna L. Vincent . . . 
Maude Rboads . . 

Joseph W. Selvage . . 
A. E. Metzger .... 
Benjamin F. Goodhart 
Charles F. Sayles . . . 
Sidney M. Dyer . . . 
James Dunn . ... 
Will R.Hancock • . 
Adolph Sidensticker 
May Solomon .... 
Willis R.Miner . . . 
Louis J. Morgan . . 
John N. Claypool . . 
Sylvan W. Kahn . . . 
Frank M. Ruddy . . . 
John W. Hhndehamel 
William W. Walden . 
James L. Barnett . . 



Ind 


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anapol 


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anapol 


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anapol 


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anapol 


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anapol 


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anapol 


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anapol 


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anapol 


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anapol 


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anapol 


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anapol 


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anapol 


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anapol 


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anapol 


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anapol 


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anapol 


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anapol 


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anapol 


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anapol 


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anapol 


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anapol 


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anapol 


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anapol 


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anapol 


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anapol 


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anapol 


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anapol 


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anapol 


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anapol 



June 29, 1896. 
June 29, 1896. 
July 6, 1896. 
July 9, 1896. 
July 10, 1896. 
July 13, 1896. 
July 15, 1896. 
July 16,1896. 
July 17, 1896. 
July 17, 189-). 
July 23, 1896. 
July 23, 1896. 
Augusts, 1896.. 
Augusts. 1896. 
August 4, 1896. 
August 6, 1896. 
August 8. 1896. 
August 10, 1896.. 
August 12, 1H96. 
August 12, 1896. 
August 13, 1896. 
August 20, 1896. 
August 25, 1896. 
August 25, 1896. 
September 2, 1896. 
September 2, 1896. 
September 4, 1896. 
September 8, 1896. 
September 8, 18i-6. 
September 9, 1896. 
September 9, 1896. 
September 10, 1896. 
September 12. 1896. 
September 15, 1896. 
September 21, 1896. 
September 24, 1896. 
September 28, 1896. 
September 28, 1896. 
September 30, 1896. 
October 1,1896. 
October 1, 1896. 
Octobers, 1896. 
Octobers, lf96. 
October 12, 1896. 
October 12, 1896. 
October 13, 1896. 
October 16, 1896. 
October 17,1896. 
October 17, 1896.. 
October 22, 1896. 
October 24,.]896. 
October 28, 1896. 



MARSHALL COUNTY. 



Nathaniel Clark . . , 
James L. Mosher . . , 
Smith N. Stevens . . . . 
William B. II ess . . . 
Harley A. L'lgan . . . 
Leopold M. Lauer . . . 
John J. Vaneundy 
Leander J. Souihworth, 
Peter J. Kru^yer. . . 
J. D. McLaren . . . . 

Lee M. Kendall 

W. J. Benner 

• Samuel B. Gay 



in wood 

Hibbard . 

Plymouth 

Plymouth 

Plymouth 

Plymouth 

Ilion. . . 

Plymouth 

Plymouth 

Plymouth 

Plymouth 

Argos . . 

Bourbon. 



November 16, 1894. 
November 19, 1894. 
December 4, 1894. 
December 8, 1894. 
December 10, 1894. 
December 11, 1894. 
December 28, 1894. 
January 29, 1895. 
February I, 1895. 
February 15, 1895. 
February 18, 1895. 
February 20. 1895. 
March 14, 1895. 



161 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

MARSHALL COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date ( f Co.mmission. 




Marmount 

Plymouth 


March 15, 1895 




April 29, 1895. 
May 15. 1895. 
May 21, 1895. 
May 24, 1895. 
May 27, 1895. 
June 2fi, 1895. 
July 27, 18H5. 
July 30, 1895. 




Samuel J. Haag 

Robert C U'Blenis 


Tyner City 


Argos 

Tyner City 

Plymouth 

Plymouth 

Argos 

Plymouth 

Marmount 


R. «. t-haffer 

E. C. Martindale 

John F. Langenbaugh 

Frank E. Hoffman 


Charles P. Drummond 


August 6, 1895. 




September 18, 1895. 
October 12, 1895 
November 2, 1895. 


Adam B.Wise 


PI mouth 


K. F. Brooke 


Plymouth 

Plymouth 

Plymouth 

Tyner 




Charles H. Wilcox 


November 19, 1895. 




Februjiry 19. 1896. 


Fred W. Monroe . . 


March 2, lS9t). 






March 24, 1896. 






March 25. 1896. 


Jacob Rothenberger 

C. F. Arthur 


La P»z 


April 23,1896. 
July 22. 1896 




David Harrington 




August 8. 1896. 




August 16, 1896. 







MARTIN COL^NTY. 



James B. Love . . . 
John Armstrong . . 
Leonard Shirrell . . . 
0. B. Henderson . . . 
Ephraim Inman . . . 
lone A. Tavener . . 
Thomas W.Stephens . 
James B. Marshall . . 
Ben B Marley . . . . 
James W. Catterson . 
Henry Wood 
Noah Moser . . . 

Cornelius S. Wood . . 
Willard 8. Garey 
Oran B. Blankenship. 
Winifred Fields. . . 
Lindsey ElMs . . . 
Charles A. Ikerd . . 
James B. Welker . . . 



Loogootee . . 
Bramble . . . 
shoals. . . . 
Shoals. . . . 
Shoals . . . . 
Shoals. . . . 
Shoals . . . . 
Shoals . . . . 
Shoals .... 
Shoals . . . 
Loogootee . . 
Loogootee 
Loogootee . . 
Shoals . . . . 
Blankenship. 
Cale . . . 
West Shoals . 
Short. . . . 
Loogootee . . 



November 15,1894. 
November 23. 1894. 
December 6, 1894. 
December 13, 11-94. 
December 17,1894. 
Februarj 18, 1895. 
March 13, 1895. 
March 18, 1895. 
April 11, 1895. 
May 3, 1895. 
May 4, 1895. 
May 16, 1895. 
July 26, 1895. 
November 18, 1895. 
November 27, 1895. 
December 16, 1896. 
December 31, 1896. 
June 20, 1896. 
August 21, 1896. 



MIAMI COUNTY. 



John 0. Frame 




December 3. 18V4. 


Edward L Miller 




December 13, 1894. 


Peter Kelly 


Peru 

Peru 

Peru. 


December iO 1894. 


Ethan T. Heasoner 


Decemb' r 20. 1894. 


Harry B. .Tamison. . . 


January 4. 1895. 


Theodrre D. W.Manchester 






James M. Brown 


Peru 

Peru 

Peru 


Februarys, 1895. 
February 9. 1895. 


Frank D. Butler 


John E.Diebert 


March 16, 1895. 


"William S.Todd 


April Ifi, 18H5. 
April 30, 1895. 
May 28, 1895. 


Maria E. Kim pie 




Jasper 1. McCoy 


Peru 


Joseph H. Neff 


Bunker Hill 


June 6, 1895. 



11 — Sec. State, 



182 
NOTARIES PDBLIC— Continued. 

MIAMI COUNTY -Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date op Commission. 


Joseph H.Larimer 


Peru 


June 19, 1895 


Robert J. Loveland 




July 1, 1895. 


John H. Cooper 




July 2, 1895. 
July 8. 1895. 
July 9, 1895. 


Charles A. Par^^ons 


Peru 

Peru 


Abraham Geering 


Thomas G. Stewart 


Peru 


August 8,1895. 
August 9, 1895. 
August 28, 1895. 
September 26, 1895. 
November 6, 1895 


J. D. Gates 




D. E. Rhodes 




Roscoe Kimple 


Converse 


Elbert J. Dukes 


Peru 


Burton Green 

William W. bmith 


Perrysburg 


November 21, 1895. 
December 6, 1895 


L.B.Sullivan - . 


Peru 


December 18, 1895 


Joseph G. Brackenridge 


Peru 


January 4, 1896. 
January 20, 1896. 
January 24, 1896 


Nott N.Antrim 


Peru 

Hobbersburg ,. . . 

Deedsville ,• • ■ ■ 

Macy 


Augustus Brauneller 


Wm. I. Leffel ... 


January 25, 1896. 
January 27, 1896. 
January 28, 1896. 
January 29, 1896. 
June 4, 1896. 


Charles W. Palmer 


John F. Lawrence 




Jackson Stewart 




M. L. Enyart 




Joseph A. Foust 


Peru 


June 22, 1896. 


John W. O'Hara 


Peru 


July 28, 1896. 


H. F. Underwood 


October 20 1896 









MONEOE COUNTY, 



William J. Brown . . . 
Richard A. Fulk . . . . 
William H.Kerr . . . . 
Harry A. Axtell . . . . 
James Robinson . . . 
Louis N. Williams . . . 
Thomas M. Brown . . . 
James F.Morgan . . . . 
John W.Walker, Jr . . 
Henry T. Simmons . . 

J. W. Crane 

Ralph R. Rhorer . . . 
Isaac A. Chandler . . . 

Mary Northeott 

Horace S. Norton . . . . 
John D Morgan . . . . 

John Martin 

Robert B. Baker . . . . 
Frank J. Dunn ... 
Andrew T. Massey . . . 
Stokely D. Vaughn . 
Solomon E.Carmichael 
William B.Miller . . 
Jackson H. Clendim . . 
Charles S. Small . . . . 

J. H. Louden 

L. W.Pauley 

Vonia Miller 

Minta B. Brown . . . . 
Chas. A. Barnhill . . . . 
Theodore J. Louden . . 
James E. Steele . . . 
Herman W. Grant . . . 
Luther M. Grimes . . . 
Henry A. Lee 



Blanche . . . 

Bloomington . 

Unionville . . 

Bloomington . 

Bloomington . 

Stinesville - . 

Fleener . . . . 

Bloomington . 

Bloomington . 

Bloomington . 
Kirksville . 

Bloomington . 
South Granger 

Bloomington . 

Bloomington . 

Bloomington . 

Bloomington . 

Harrodsburg . 

Bloomington . 

Bloomington . 

Todd 

Bloomington . 

Ellettsville . . 

Fairfax . . . . 

Bloomington . 

Bloomington . 

Bloomington . 

Bloomington . 

Bloomington . 

Bloomington . 

Bloomington . 

Bloomington . 

Ellettsville . . 

Bloomington . 

Bloomington . 



November 13, 1894. 
November 19, 1894. 
December 11, 1894. 
December 18, 1894. 
December 19, 1894. 
December 29, 1894. 
January 22. 1895. 
January 31, 1895. 
February 5, 1895. 
February 7, 1895. 
February 9. 189i. 
April 15. 1895. 
April 29 1895. 
May 6. 1895. 
May 16, 1895. 
June 1,1895. 
July lU 1895. 
Julv 11,1895. 
July 29, 18r'5. 
August 28, 1895. 
November 6, 1895. 
December 24, 1895. 
February 20. 1896. 
February 21. 1896. 
March 4, 1896 
March 13, 1896. 
March 19, 1896. 
May 4,1896. 
May 5, 1896. 
June 29, 1896. 
August 20. 1898. 
September 17, 1896. 
September 24. 1896. 
October 14. 1896. 
October 23, 1896. 



163 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 
MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date ok Commission. 



McClellan Stillwell . . 
Albert B. Anderson . . 
Emma I. White .... 

John J. Darter 

ElishaN. Hamilton . . 

Isaac M. Davis 

Laura A. Scott .... 
Walter F. Hulet .... 
Robt. P. A. Berryman . 
Charles W. Wright . . 

F. L. Canine 

Melville W. Bruner . . 
William L. Lee . . . 
W. D.(iriffith . . . 

Charles W. Chezem . . 
Hattie L. Pursel .... 
R.N. Cording ..... 
Henry E. Rhoades . . 
Chas. P. Throckmorton 
Jesse W. Cumberland . 
Hosea H. Ristine . . . 
John W. Dunham . . . 
James G. Wedding . . . 
William M. Hurt . - . 
William W. Morgan . . 
Robert W. Caldwell . . 
William E.Slavens . . 
Marion E.CIodfelter . . 
Claude L. Thompson . . 
John M. Schultz .... 

Louise Camire 

Reuben S. Bell 

William H.Webster . . 
William T. Whittington 

James Wright 

Henry M. Perry .... 
Eliza M. Spruhan . . . 
L. J. Coppage .... 
James E. Sergont . . . 
George S. Harney - . . 
Schuyler C. Kenaedy . 
William R. Miller . . . 
Oliver N. Perrin .... 
John K. Gray . . . 

Wm. Asbury Swank . . 
George F. Stillwell . . . 

Wm. F.Hunt 

Henry B. Hulelt ... 

EzraC. Voris 

Francis W. Kritz .... 
Minter M. Bacheldor . . 
Robt. S.Osborn . . . . 

C.H. Jones 

Jennie B. Suman . . . . 
Finley P. Mount .... 

John P. Wirt 

Vincent E.Craig . . . . 
James M. Smith .... 
Verne Vf'. Livengood . . 



Crawlordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Linden .... 

Cr&wfordsville 

Waynestows . 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Wingate 

Crawfordsville 

Wingate . . 

Waveland . . . 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Shannondale . 

Crawfordsville 

Ladoga .... 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Darlington 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Adams .... 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Ladoga 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Waynestown 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Ladoga .... 

New Richmond 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

Crawfordsville 

f^rawford.'ville 

Darlington . . 

Adams 

Waynettown . 



November 7, 1894. 
Novembir 10, 1894. 
November 15, 1894. 
November 22, 1894. 
December 1,1894. 
Decemberll,1894. 
December 22, 1894. 
December 26, 1894. 
January 2, 1895. 
January 7, 1895. 
January 15, 1895. 
January 17, 1895. 
February 8. 1895. 
February 15. 1895. 
February 16, 1895. 
February Ifi, 1895. 
February 27, 1895. 
March 4, 1895. 
March 7, 1895. 
March 16, 1895. 
March 28, 1895. 
April 2, 1895. 
April 22, 1895. 
April 24, 1895. 
May 1,1895. 
May 7, 1895. 
May 9. 1895. 
May 23,1895. 
May 23. 1895. 
July 8, 1*(95. 
July 22, 1895. 
July 22, 1895. 
July 23, 1895. 
August 10, 1895. 
August 15, 1895. 
August 30, 1895. 
September 26, 1895. 
October 5, 1895. 
October 14, 1895. 
October 16, 1895. 
October 17, 1895. 
October 23, 1895. 
October 30, 1895. 
November 6, 1895. 
November 16. 1895. 
December 6, 1895. 
January 4,1896. 
January 6, 1896. 
January 14, 1896. 
January 20, 1896. 
March 18, 1896. 
March 24. 1896. 
May 18, 189fi. 
June 15, 1896. 
July 9, 1896 
July 11, 1S96. 
July 20. I8y6. 
October 6. 1896. 
October 27, 1896. 



164 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

MORGAN COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date op Commission. 


Ora Stalev. 


Martinsville 

Martinsville 

Monrovia 

Martinsville 

Martinsville 

Mooresville 


December 18, 1894 


William H.Dryden 


December 27, 1S94." 
December 29, 1891. 
January 2, 1895. 
January 10, 1895. 
January 17, 1895. 
February 12, 1895. 
February 18, 1895. 
February 23,1895. 
March 16, 1895. 


Nixon Henley 

Oscar Matthews 


M. May Woods 

Bmmett D. Dolen 


John V. King 


Caleb F. Greenwood 

Elam M. McCord 


Cape . 

Martinsville 


Arthur M. Hadley 


Mary E. Hadley 


Martinsville 

Martinsville 


March 16, 1895 


James V. Mitchell 

Hannibal Youna: 


March 25, 1895. 
April 11, 1895. 
June 8, 1895 


AVilliam H.Miller 




John Kennedy 




August 28, 1895. 


Aaron ti. Rose 


Martinsville 

Mooresville 

Morgantown r . . 

Brooklyn - . . . ^ . . . 

Martinsville 

Martinsville 

Wilbur 


November 23, 1895 


James M. Bishop 


November 29, 1895 


Isaac Knight 

William H. Hensley 

C. Q- Renner 


November 29, 1895. 
January 6,1896. 
January 10, 1896. 


BllaPinsrvn 


April 14, 1896. 
April 29, 1896. 


Charles W. Divens .' 


Gertrude Fesler 

William H. Shields 


Martinsville 

Piano 


May 1, 189i. 
June 6, 1896. 


W. S. Shirley 




June 12, 1896. 


Jarvis J . Johnson 


Martinsville 


July 28, 1896. 
July 31, 1896. 


J. A. Sims 







NEWTON COUNTY. 



W. W.Carmichael 




November 21, 1894. 




Kentland . 


December 18, 1894. 


Prank Davis 


January 2, 1895. 


William Darroch 

Jacob D. Rich. 

Samuel C. Barker 


Kentland 

Brook 


January 9, 1895. 
April 16, 1895. 
June 29. 1895. 


John C. Graves 




November 19, 1895. 


Helen (Conrad . . 




March 16, 1895. 




Kentland . 

Kentland 


March 20, 1895. 




May 14, 1895. 


Lottie Coublin 


June 26,1895. 
June 30, 1895. 
August 15, 1895. 


Philip Stonehill 

Norton Kilgore 


Brook 

G.oodland • - 





NOBLE COUNTY. 



Enos D. Measimore 
Lon D. Fleming. . . . 
Levi W. Welker. . . . 
John S. Sehock .... 
James P. Bolton . . . 
Thomas L. Graves . . 
David C. Wilson . . 
George T. Bothwell . . 
Harry Prentiss .... 
Perry D. Creager . 
Charles H. Knopp. . . 
Edwin W. Matthews 
Simon T. Ward .... 
Thos. M. Eellfl. . . . 

A.D.Isbell 

Henry C. Peterson . . 
Theodore A. Redmond 
Owen F. Gerber . . . 
Frank B. Uothwell . . 
John M. Kitt 



Cromwell . . 
Ligonier. . . 
Albion .... 
Wilmot . . . 
Swan. . . . 
Kendallville. 
Kendallviile. 
Rome City. . 
Albion. 
Kendallville. 
Kendallville. 
Grf-en Centre 
Albion . . . 
Albion . 
Kendallville. 
Albion . 
Kendallville. 
Ligonier . . . 
Albion . . . 
Wolf Lake. . 



November 12, 1894. 
December 4, 1894. 
December 10, 1894. 
March 6,1895. 
March 15, 1S95. 
April 24,1895. 
July 24, 1895. 
August 5, 1895. 
September 18. 1895. 
October 15, 1895. 
December 13.1895. 
January 10, 1896. 
March 5, 1896. 
March 11, 1896. 
March 16, 1896. 
.lune 5,1896. 
June 27, 1896. 
August 27, 1896. 
October 10, 1896. 
October 28, 1896. 



165 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

OHIO COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Co.mmission. 


Stephen H.Stewart 

Robt. W. Gal breath 




P'ebruary 4. 1895. 


North 

Rising Sun 


June 8, 1895. 


Will W Williams 


June 19, 1895. 


Aaron M. Gerard 


Laughery 


August 7, 1895. 



OEANGE COUNTY. 



Luke B. Cogswell . . 
Mary A. Rominger . . 
John L. Megenity . . 
Anderson Apple . . . 
Mary S. Waynick . . . 
Henry F. Davidson . . 
Jonee Monyhan . . . 
John J. Lingle . . . . 
Jonathan B. Newkirk 
James L. Nobliit • . • 
Eddie A. Palmer . . . 
William N. Glover . . 
Dhas. M. MeCoy . . . 
Levi C.Wright . . . . 
Mary Mcintosh. . . . 
Louis P. Brown. . . . 
L (J. Haworth . . - . 
James Cassidy . . . . 

0. P. Munger 

E. E.Ellis 

Perry MeCart 



Valeene . . . . 

Paoli 

Paoli 

Helix 

Valeene 

Paoli 

Orleans ... 
Orleans .... 
Ethel - . . . 

Stamper's Creek 
Newton Stewart. 
Bremer . . . 
Stamper's Creek 

Orleans 

Rego 

Orangeville 
Chambersburg . 
French Lick . . 

Orleans 

Elon 

Orleans 



December 11, 1894. 
January 15, 1895. 
January 19,1895. 
February 11, 1895. 
May 17, 1895. 
July 29, 1895. 
August 10, 1895. 
August 15,1895. 
October 12, 1895. 
October 18, 1895. 
November 11, 1895. 
January 14, 1896. 
March 17, 1896. 
Ma. ch 25, 1896. 
March 28, 1896. 
March 31, 1896. 
April 14, 1896. 
April 27, 1896. 
May 8. 1896. 
May 18, 1896. 
September 17,1896. 



OWEN COUNTY. 



Lelia Groomes 
Ihomas H. Boswell 
Franklin R. Drake 

[aaac Noel 

W. H.L.Carter. . . . 
Jacob Huffman .... 
Henry C. Grooms . . . 
Daniel P Campbell 
Noel W.Williams . . 
Joshua R. Merrel . . . 
Lewis D.Morgan . . . 
Esaiah H. Harris . . . 
James Grim'sley . . . 
John Hoehstetler . . . 
Ihos. G. Spangler . . 
Fred W. Burton. . . . 
Perry 0. Knox .... 
Simon P. Hochstettler 
Isom L Morris .... 
B. F. Mugg ..... 
Calvin Barnes . . 

Asahel H. Wampler . 



Spencer . . . 
Spencer . . . 
Patricksburg 
Spencer . , 
Freedom . . 
Cataract . . . 
Spencer . . . 
Cunot . . . 
Spencer . . 
Patricksburg 
Spencer . . . 
Coal City 
Gosport . . . 
Coal City . . 
Spencer . . . 
(inspnrt . . . 
Vandalia . . 
Coal City . . 
Hausertown . 
Quincy. . . . 
Cataract . . . 
Gosport . . . 



November 10, 1894. 
November 13, 1894. 
November 20. 1894. 
December 8,1894. 
December 20,1894. 
December 26,1894. 
January 14,1895. 
January 15, 1895. 
January 21, 1895. 
January 28, 18^5. 
March 4.1895. 
April 20, 1895. 
June 5, 1895. 
July 26, 1895. 
December 23. 1895. 
January 8,1896. 
January 22,1896. 
March 7, 1896. 
February 29, 1896. 
April 10, 1896. 
April 25, 1896. 
August 19, 1896. 



166 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 
PAEKE COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 






November 1, 1894. 


William J. White 

B. S. Vickery 


Rockville 

Bloomingdale 

Odd 

GuionP.O 


Decembers. 1894. 
January 8, 1895. 
January 29, 1895. 




March 5. 1895. 


John T. Campbell 


March 23, 1895. 


J.D.Porter 

0. F. Harrison 


Rosedale .... 


April 23, 1895. 
April 29, 1895. 
May 28, 1895. 
June 19, 18v5. 






David Strouse 


Rockville 






June 19, 1895. 


Thomas N. Rice 


Rockville 

Waterman 

Bloomingdale . 

Waterman 


July 23, 1895. 
November 7, 1895. 




November 11, 1895. 


D. W.Whitford 


December 4, 1895. 


Minor T. Davis 


February 3, 1896. 






February 28, 1896. 
April 2, 1896. 
May 6, 1896. 
May 20, 1896. 






J.B.Hoilman 

W. S. Cox . 


Tangier ^ . . . 


Francis D. Vingant 


Lena 


September 16, 1896. 
September 17, 1896. 
September 21, 1896. 
October 17, 1896. 


Daniel M. Newton 




G. F. Ayres 








October 23, 1896. 









PERRY COUNTY. 



William Jeffers . . . . 
John W. Gibson . . . 
■ Hettie Lomax . . . . 
Harold De Weese . . . 
Henry J. Dhonan . . 
John N. Gimmeissen . 
Michael D. Casper . . 
Isaac S. Bramel . . 
John T. Bradshaw . . 
Frederick Kaelin . . . 
W. C. Henning . . . 
August E. Peter 
Joseph J. Gehlhausen 
H.Minsgern . . . . . 
John Sweeney 

Joseph Yates 

Sol. H. Bsarey . . . 
Edwin C. Henning . . 
R. M. Bagger ly • ■ . . 
I. W. Faulkenberg . . 
Charles A. Loerch . . 



Adyeville . . . 

Branchville . . 

Bristow - . . 

Cannelton. . . 

Rome 

Tell City . . . 

Leopold . . . . 

Troy . . . . 

Bristow . . . . 

Tell City . . . 

Cannelton . . 

Leopold . . . . 

Union Town . 

Tell City . . . 

Tell City . . . 

Derby 

Cannelton . 

Cannelton . . . 

Derby . . 
Doolittle Mills 

Cannelton . . . 



November 20, 1894. 
January 16, 1895. 
February 15, 1895. 
February 18, 1895. 
March 2, 1895. 
Aprill2,1895. 
May 1, 1895. 
May 8. 1895. 
May 16, 1895. 
June 12, 1895. 
July 17, 1895. 
August 12, 1895. 
September 19, 1895. 
January 16, 1896. 
January 16. 1896. 
February 10, 1896. 
February 19, 1896. 
March 12, 1896. 
April 13, 1896. 
May 12, 1896. 
July 17, 1896. 



PIKE COUNTY. 



John A. Stephens. . . 
Perry A. Chappell . . 
R. C. Hammond . . 
Perry W. Chappell . . 
J. Warner Wiergs . . . 
George B. Ashley . . . 
Arthur H. Taylor . . 
Mary M. Glezen 
William Richardson . 
Lawrence E. Grim . . 
James T. Lance 
James H. Cleveland . 
John W. Coleman . . 
S. G. Davenport . . 
Lewis Loveless 
Lawrence E. Woolsey 
Grant Faith 



Winslow . . 
Petersburg 
Petersburg . . 
Petersburg . . 
Lemastersville 
Petersburg . . 
Petersburg . . 
Petersburg . . 
Oatsville . . . 
Oakland City . 
Spurgeon . . 
Glezen . . . . 
Union . . . . 
Petersburg . . 
Cartersburg . . 
Petersburg . . 
Petersburg . . 



November 20, 1894. 
November 27, 1894. 
December 5, 1894. 
December 18. 1894, 
January 11, 1895. 
January 25, 1895. 
March 18, 1895. 
July 9, 1895. 
July 17, 1895. 
August 7, 1895. 
November 14, 1895. 
December 26, 1895. 
December 30, 1895. 
March 14, 1896. 
June 2, 1896. 
June 11, 1896. 
July20, 1'lge. 



167 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 
POETER COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



James A. HocU'ins • . . 
Hiram A. (iillett .... 
Frank A. Turner .... 

Eli N.Norris 

John B. Perrine . . . 
Howard Templeton . . . 
Homer W. Porter . . 
Thomas .J . Clevenger 

S. Ross Martin 

John E. Case 

Peter A Marquart . . . 
Frank P. Jones .... 
Roscoe C.Jones . ... 
Stephen L. Bartholomew 

Melvin Foltz 

Maquis L. McClelland . 

E.L Loomis 

James P. Winters .... 

L. M. Pierce 

Arthur J. Bowser . . . . 

E.C.O'Neil . 

John J. Burns 

William E. Pinney . . . 
Edwin R.Niles .... 
Henrietta Carroll . . . 
Hartzell W. Abbott. . . 
mies Highwood . . . - 
Edward A. Bauser . . . 
Chas W. Hitchcock . . 
Jesse A.Love ...... 

John W. Elam 

Hannibal H. Loring . . 
A.D.Bartholomew. . . 
William H. Dowdell . . 
Peter A. Hallbery .... 
Frank B. Parks ... 
John L. Jones 



Koutz . . . . 

Valparaiso . 

Valparaiso . 

Valparaiso . 
Valparaiso 
Valpariiiso 

Koutz . . 

Babcock . 

Valparaiso . 

Valparaiso . 
Valparaiso 
Valparaiso 

Valpiiraiso . 
Valparaiso 
Boone Grove 
Valparaiso 

Valparaiso . 
Chesterton 

Valparaiso . 

Chesterton . 

Valparaiso . 

Koutz . . . . 

Valparaiso . 

Valparaiso . 

Valparaiso . 

Wheeler . . 

Chesterton . 

Chesterton . 

Valparaiso . 

Valparaiso . 

Valparaiso . 

Valparaiso . 

Valparaiso . 

Valparaiso . 

Porter . . . 

Vnlparaiso . 

Valparaiso . 



December 27, 1894, 
January 4,1895. 
January 15, 1895. 
January 23, 1895. 
January 25, 1895. 
January 26, 1895. 
February 4, 1H95. 
February 9, 1895. 
February 12, 1895. 
February 19, 1895. 
February 23, 1895. 
March 5,1895. 
March 11, 1895. 
March 18, 1895. 
Aprils, 1895. 
May 11,1895. 
August 27, 1895. 
August 29, 1895. 
October 8, 1895. . 
October 28, 1895. 
October 31, 1895. 
November 2, 1895. 
December 2:M895. 
February 6, 1896. 
February 13. 1896. 
March 2, 1896. 
March 19, 1896. 
March 28, 1896. 
April 28, 1896. 
June 10, 1896. 
June 13, 1896. 
June 19, 1896. 
June 26, 1896. 
August 1,1896. 
Septembers, 1896. 
October 2, 1896. 
October 21, 1896. 



POSEY COUNTY. 



Paul Howard 

George S. Green . . . 

Joseph Moore 

Thomas W. Cross 
Columbus A. Albright 
Louis Pelham. . . . 
LeRoy Williams . . . 
Augustus D Jones ■ . 
Wm. J. Travis .... 
James W. Henson 
Elijah M. Spencer . . 
John R. Raben • . . 
Charles M. Spencer . . 
Walter S. Jackson . . 
John B. Smith . . . 

W.P. Edson 

J. M Harlew 

Wm. Gilbert 

Joel T.Davis 

Joseph A. Leonard . . 
Edwin Wade .... 
-Asa E. Williams . . 
W.W.French . . . . 



Mount Vernon 
Mount Vernon 
Mount Vernon 
Stewartsville . 
Mount Vernon 
New Harmony 
New Harmony 
New Harmony 
New Harmony 
Mount Vernon 
Mount Vernon 
WestWendel . 
Mount Vernon 
Mount Vernon 
Cynthiana. 
Mount Vernon 
Mount Vernon 
Stewartsville . 
Poseyville . . . 
Poseyville . . . 
Mount Vernon 
Mount Vernon 
Mount Vernon 



November 3, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 30, 1894. 
December 4, 1894. 
December 17, 1894. 
February 9.1895. 
June 18, 1895. 
June 18,1895. 
September 14, 1895. 
September 26, 1895. 
December 23, 1895. 
February 18. 1896. 
March 4,1896. 
March 20, 1896. 
April 7,1896. 
April 8, 1896. 
May 6, 1896. 
April 20. 1896. 
April 23, 1896. 
April 24. 1896. 
May 20. 1896. 
August 18, 1896. 
August 27, 1896. 



168 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 
PULASKI COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission.. 


Wm. P.Williams 


Medaryville 

Wiuamac 


November 9, 1S91. 




November 17, 1894. 


Wm. B. Nicholes 




November 19. 1894. 










Medaryville 


January 19, 1895. 




February 23. 1895. 


Caleb W. Barker 




March 4, 1895. 




Winamac 


Aiiril 2, 189i. 


Genrge L. Burson 

Alfi-rdC. McKinley 

E H Applegate 


April 9, 1895. 
April 20,1895. 
May 9, 1895. 










May 11, 1895. 


Frank H. vic'les • . • 


Medaryville ^ . . . 

Winamac 


May 23, 1895. 
July 27,1895. 




September 18,1895. 




Medaryville 


January 7. 1896. 
iYlareh7,1896. 


John M. Hanley 

J. H. Flavey 




February 28, 189fi. 


K S Riigers 




April 15, 1896. 


E X Bavles 




May 18. 1896. 






June 17, 1896. 


Samuel W. Tobey 


Monterey 


October 20, 1896. 



PUTNAM COUNTY. 



John H. James . . . 
John H. Grantham . . . 
Presley 0. CoUiver . . . 
John W.Layne . . . . 
Jennie Bridges ■ . . 
Quinton Broadstreet . . 
Smith O.Matson . . . 
David E. Watson . . . 
Green berry Wright . . 

Idabel Hibbitt 

Frank D. Ader 

Joseph B. Bowen . . . 
Jeanette Preston Layne 
James F. Edwards . . . 
Henry DickerS'in . . . . 
Thomas J. Moore . . . . 
Rose A. Gainer . . . 
George M Shannon . . 
Andrew •!. Rockwell . . 
George W. Starr . . . 
Washington T. Scott . . 
George B. Blake . . 

Clement C. Hurst. . . . 
James F. Fee . . . 

Thomas M Kelly . . . . 
T.C. Grooms . . . . 

Isaac Cartwright . . . . 

W. F. Summers 

G. W. Crawley 

W. A Bowen 

Joseph S. McClary . . . 
Jaekosn Boyd. . . 
Alexander J. Farr w. . 
John Fellows 



Greencastle . . 

Roachdale. . . 
Greencastle 

Greencastle . . 

Greencastle . . 

Greencastle . . 

Greencastle . . 

Cloverdale. . . 

Fillmore. . . 
Greencastle 
Greencastle 
New Maysville 

Greencastle . . 

Fin castle . . 
New Maysville 

Greencastle . . 

Greencastle . . 

Fincastle . . . 

Cloverdale. . . 

Bain bridge . . 

Greencastle . . 

Greencastle . . 

Greeni^astle . . 
Greencastle 

Russellville . . 

<Treencastle . . 

Fillmore. . . . 

Raccoon . . . . 

Greencastle • . 

Roachdale. . . 

Greencastle . . 

Greencastle . . 

Morton . . . . 
Manhattan 



November 13, 1894. 
November 21, 1894. 
November 21, 1894. 
November 27, 1894. 
December 8, 1894. 
December 12. 1894. 
January 8, 18^5. 
January 9, 1895. 
January 14, 1895. 
January 16, 1895. 
January 23. 1895. 
February 7, 1895. 
February 20, 1895. 
February 23, 1895. 
March 9,1895. 
March 13. 1895. 
April 30. 1895. 
May 11,1895. 
May 28,1895. 
June 13. 1895 
September 18.1895. 
October 26. 1895. 
November 30. 1895. 
January 22. 1896. 
February 26. 1896. 
March 21, 1896. 
March 25. 1896. 
Mfiy 2, 189fi. 
May 27, 1896. 
June 29, 1896. 
July 21. 1896. 
September 15. 1896. 
October 1,1896. 
October 20, 1896. 



169 

NOTARIES POBLIC— Continued. 
RANDOLPH COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date op Commission. 



Melmoth E. Lindsey . 
William R. Halliday . 
Jiimes H. Williiimson 
Benton L. Wilson . . 
John R. Wright . . . 
Lorenzo D. Lambert . 
Renerdy Puckett . . 
Harvey E. McNees . . 
Nathan C. Simmons . 
Jamps P. Goodrich . . 
Elbert N. Canaday . . 
Everitt W.Smith . . 
John W. Lyons . . . 
John W. Macy . . . 
John W. Williams . . 
Alonzo L. Bales ■ . . 
Isaac H. Meredith . . 
Wesley Olark . . . 
George H. Ward . . . 
James B. Hiller . . 
Willi. m W. Fowler . 
W. W.Canada . . . . 
Nathan T. Butts . . . 
J. 0. Fowler . . . . 
Union B. Hunt . . . . 

H. A. Gaddis 

J. L. Payner 

Cyrus Bowsman . . . 
A. C. Hindsley . . . . 
Shields S. Macy . . . 

S. K Bell 

William E. Murray . 
Harvey A. Smith . . . 
Neal B. Strikebake . . 
Fermen C. Focht . . . 
John L Heck 
Archibald F. Marsh . 
Fred D. Marsh .... 



Neff 

Lynn . . . . 
Ridgi^ville . . 
Farmland . . . 
Winchester . . 
Union t ity . . 
Winchester . . 
Winchester . . 
Winchester . . 
Winchester . . 
Parker . . . . 
Parker . . . 
New Hittpburg 
Winchester . . 
Union City . . 
Carlos City . . 
Farmland . . . 
Spartanburg . 
Winchester . . 
Ridgeville . . 
Farmland . . 
Winchester . . 
Winchester . . 
Losiintville . . 
Winchester . . 
Mod' c . . . 
Winchester . . 
Sara nga . . . 
Winchester . . 
Winchester . . 
Union City . . 
Winchester . . 
Winchester . . 
Winchester . . 
Winchester . . 
Union City . . 
Deerfield . . . 
Winchester . . 



November 12. 1894. 
November 19, 1894. 
November 20. 1894. 
November 21, 1894. 
November 26, 1894. 
January 2, IS95. 
January 5, 1895 
January 25, J895. 
Januiiry 31, 18^5. 
February 11, 1895. 
February 27. 1895, 
March 19, 1895. 
March 25. 1895. 
April 3, 1895. 
July 26, 18^5. 
September 10,1895. 
September 16, 1895. 
September 18. 1895. 
September 18. 1895. 
October 26, 1895. 
November 6. 1K95. 
November 22. 18^5. 
Decembers, 1895. 
January 31, 1896. 
March 3. 18v6. 
March 12, \8%. 
March 12, 1896. 
April 3. 18%. 
>*pril 17,1896. 
April 23,1896. 
Mny 12,1896. 
May 21, 18^6. 
May 23, 1896 
June 3, 1896. 
Ju'y 18, 1896. 
August 11,1896. 
August 14, 1>96. 
September 9, 1896. 



RIPLEY COUNTY. 



John Hughes 
Robert A. Creegmile 
Marcius R. Connelly 
Jacob L. Benh'am . . 
Adam Stockinger. 
Benjamin b\ Harrell 
John Minger . . 
Thomas S. Vawter . 
Columbus f!. Ruble . 
Daniel Kidd. . . . 
Thomas L Creath . 
Hensiey U Kirk . . 
James Vandnlah . . 
James B. Kitts . . . 
Elias D. Mullan . . 
Elmer Edwards. . . 
Oliver P. Shook. . . 
John 0. Cravens . . 
Charles Johnson . . 
Nicholas Mi rbach . 
Frances M. Merrill . 
Montz Pegee . . 

Robert B Sheets . , 
Charles Hoendorf. . 



Kingwood ... 
(>.-good . . . . 
Batesville ... 
Versailles . . . , 
Versailles . . , 
New Marion. . , 

Spades 

R-xville 

Milan . . . 

Picrceville. . . 
Batesville . . 
Hone\'s Corner 

Eirod 

Oseood , 

Deliware . . . . 
Delaware . . . , 
Molti.n . . . . 
Versailles . . . . 
Batesville . . . , 
Osgood. . . , 

New Marion, . , 
Olean .... 

Boston 

Jackson .... 



November 10, 1894. 
November zl, 1894. 
Decemt.er 1. 1894. 
December 11, 1894. 
December 13, 1894. 
February 14,1895. 
February 20, 1895. 
February 21, 1895. 
Mny 14, i895. 
September 12,1895. 
September 14, 1895. 
November 23, 189i. 
December 11, 1895. 
January 7, 18%. 
Janu'ry 9,1896. 
Febu.ry 3. 1896. 
March 3, 1896. 
March 6, 1k96. 
March 13,1896. 
March ■:0. !>*%. 
March 20. 1896. 
May 2;^, 1896. 
Mav28, ii^ge 
September 11, 1896. 



170 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

RUSH COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 


Joseph F. Riche 

Leonidas H^ Carr 




November 10, 1891. 




November 23, 1894. 




December 1, 1894. 


Thos M Ochiltree 




January 8, 1895. 






January cO, 1895.. 


A B Irvin ■ • 




February 9. 1895. 


Lot D Guffin ... . . 




March 20, 1895. 


Rudolph F Scudder .... 




March 22, 1895. 




Ogden 


March 26,1895. 


Donald L. Smith 

A F English 




June 26, 1895 


Manilla 


August 8, 1895.. 


Edward T. Gary 

Sylvester C. Kirkpatrick 

Orris P. Wellman . 

William S. Gordon 


August 27, 1895. 




October 8,1895. 




October 14, 1895. 


Raleigh 


December 2, 1895. 
January 7, 1896. 


Bert B Benner 




February 14, '896. 




Rushville 7 . . . 


February 17. 1896. 




Rush ville 


March 11,1896. 


Thos. H. Carter 


Moscow . 


March 14. 1896. 


AVill M Sparks • • • 


April 1. 1896. 


Eli B Collins 


Arlington 


July 8,1896. 







SCOTT COUNTY. 



Joseph H. Shea . . . 
J. B. Bloeher . . - . 
Pliny G. Hardy . . . 
Edwin E. Pereprine 
James Powers. . . . 
Ge«rge V. Cain . . . 
Phillip Denser . . . 

C. C.Jones 

Jesse B. Davis 
Thomas J. Close . . 



Scottsburgh . 
Bloeher 
Hardy . . . 
Alpha . . . 
Lexington . . 
Scottsburgh . 
Alpha . . . 
Nabb. 

Scottsburgh 
Nabb Station 



November 21, 1894. 
December 6, 1894. 
March 13,1895. 
March 15, 1895. 
April 27,1895. 
October 22, 1S95. 
November 6, 1895. 
April 14.1896. 
July 10, 1896 
August 13, 1896. 



SHELBY COUNTY. 



Joseph Zike. .... 
Charles F. Benedict. . 
Henry Uoble .... 
John A.Tindall. . . . 
Wm. T.Wilson .... 
George F. Walker. . . 
Joseph B. Worland. . 
Frank Glessner . . . 
George H. Pierce . . 
Claude C. Conner . . - 
EliT. J. Jordan. . . . 
Wm. M. Denvert . . 
Harry C. Morrison . . 
Frank R. Hale 
Joseph W. Billman . . 
Wilbur W. Israel . . . 
Charles A. Hack . . 
Harvey M. Daugherty 
David L. Wilson . . 
Charles N. Perry . . 
Charles McDaniel . . 
(JlaudiuR C. Curtis . . 
Jennie McAdams . . . 

WillH.Isley 

Frank Roth 



Morristown 

Shelbyville 

Shelbyville 

Shelbyville , 

Shelbyville 

Boggstown 

Shelbyville . 

Shelbyville , 

Shelbyville , 

Shelbyville , 

Morristown 

Winterrowd 

Shelbyville 

Shelbyville 

Shelbyville 

Shelbyville 

Shelbyville 

Shelbyville 

Shelbyville 

Shelbyville 

Blue Ridge 

Waldron. . 

Shelbyville 

Shelbyville 

Shelbyville 



November 9. 1894. 
November 17, 1894. 
November 27, 1894. 
December 21, 1894. 
December 22, 1894. 
December 24,1894. 
December 24. 1894. 
February 9, 1895. 
February 13, 1895. 
February 14, 1895. 
March 25, 1895. 
April 18, 1895. 
April 27, 1895. 
May 13, 1895. 
May 22, 1895, 
May 22, 1895. 
June 1.1895. 
July 26, 1895. 
August 16, 1895. 
October 2, 1895. 
October 3, 1895. 
October 12, 1895. 
October 17, 1895. 
October 19, 1895. 
October 26, 1895. 



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SHELBY COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 




Waldron 


January 8, 18%. 
January 9. 1896. 
January 31, 1896. 
January 31, 1896. 
January 31, 1896. 
February 13, 1896. 
March 3, 18% 


Wm. H. Leisure 


Gwynneville 

Shelbyville 

Marietta 


John Palmerton 


Robert S. Wells 




Shelbyville 


Robert W Wiles 


Shelbyville 


Everet E.Stroup 


Shelbyville 

Shelbyville 

Shelbyville 


March 11, 1896 




March 11, 1896' 


Edwin P. Ferris 


April 6,1896. 
April 18, 1896. 
June 2 18% 




Shelbyville 


W. A. Yarling 


Shelbyville 


Edward H. (Jhadwick. 


June 25, 1896. 


Wm.C. Miller 


Shelbyville 

Shelbyville 

Shelbyville 


July 29, 1896. 
Augusts, 1896. 
September 11, 1896. 









SPENCER COUNTY. 



Allen J. Payton 

John G. Sturm 

James S. Porter . , . . . 
Abram S. Dyer ...... 

Isaac H. Taylor 

Elbert M. Swan 

John Nester 

William W.Price . . . 
Frederick A. Heuring, Jr 
William H.Brown. . . . 

T.E.Snyder 

Charles W. Brenner . . 
Clarence B. Laird . . . . 
Charles F.Tucker . . . . 

John Stockhowe 

Dixon Pennington . . . . 

J, L.Hntfield 

Charles Cox 

William B. Clark 

Luther McCoy 

Elijah Hatfield ...... 



Rockport . . 
St. Meinrad . 
Buffaloville . 
Hufifman . . 
Lake 

Rockport . . 
Rockport . . 
Rockport . . 
Rockport . . 
Rockport . . 
Rockport . . 
Rockport . . 
Rockport _ . 
Lincoln City 
Lincoln City 
Lamar . . 
Grrandview . 
ttrandview . 
Grandview • 
Ohrisney 
Hatfield . . . 



October 6, 1894. 
November 15, 1894. 
November 26. 1894. 
January 5, 1895. 
January 10, 1895. 
February 9, 1895. 
April 23,1895. 
May 17, 1895. 
May 20, 1895. 
June 19, 1895. 
July 24, 1895. 
August 9, 1898. 
October 2, 1896. 
November 11, ISSS, 
November 16, 1895. 
March 18. 1896. 
Junel, 1896. 
June 8, 1896. 
July 18, 1896. 
September 10, 1896. 
October 28, 1896. 



STARKE COUNTY. 



Henry R. Bobbins 




October 11, 1894. 






October 23, 1894. 






January 16, 1895. 
January 16, 1895. 




Hamlet 




March 28, 1895. 


Emma C. Kratli 




March 28, 1895. 




N. Judson 

Ora 


April 10, 1895. 
April 12, 1895. 


James S. Parka 




June 28, 1895. 


Daniel C Walters . . 




July 1, 1895. 






July 24, 1895. 




N. Judson 

Knox 


AuKURt 13, 1895. 


Charles C. Kelly 


October 22, 1895. 


Charles B. Atkins 




October 24, 1895. 


A bert I. Gould 




December 13, 18flL 


John G. Kratli 


Knox 

N. Judson 


April 27, 1894. 


Anthony P Liutz 


June 1. 1896. 




June 24, 189«. 




Mauckport 


October 24, 189*. 




October 24, 1896. 









172 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 
ST. JOSEPH COUNTY. 



NAME. 



Silas George 

Stephen D. Staeh . . . . 
John N. Ledever . . . . 
Jasper E. Lewis . . . . 
John W. Guthrie . . . . 
Everett G. Eberhart . . 
Roswell N. Bennett . . 
Charles L. Metzger . . . 

A. S. Dunbar . . . . 
Edward H. Harris . . . 
Alex. Wilhelm 

E. Volney Bingham . . 

Alice M. Creed 

John Dixon 

Horace M. Kauffman . . 
John W. Hutchinson . . 
Robert L. Niear . . . . 
D. Orson Fonda . . . 
Lorenzo D. White . . . 
Joseph E. Henry . . . . 
Stuart Mackibbin. . . . 
Minnie C. Smutz . . , . 
Isabella Mclntyre . . . 
George E. Clarke . . . . 
George R. Flood . . . ■ 
Robert E. Dunbar . . . 
Courtland P. DuComb . 
Willis A. Bugbee . . . . 

W. H. Judkins 

John A. Herzog 

Wm.E. Gushna . . . . 
Grace C. Ecleston . . . . 
Daniel S. Marsh . . . . 
Wm. L. Kizer • • . 
Marion 8. Wesolowski . 
John G. Hartman 
Abraham B. Chidester . 

Samuel Loriog 

Nettie Briegs 

Robert J . Home . . . . 

Samuel Davis 

David M. Rennoe . • . . 
Edwin Niear . . . . 

John J. Schindler . . . 
Samuel A Robbins . . . 
Oliver M . Cunningham . 

E.T. Short 

William H. Rosencrans 

Perry R. Bovier 

Lists G. Carpenter . . 

Paul Kruper 

S. C. Lancaster 

W. B. Wright . . . 

Leo M. Kucharski . . . 
Henry D. Hullinger . . 
John A. Hibberd . . . . 

A.H.Crofby 

W. W.Mikels 

F. M. Boone 

Walter A. Funk . . . 
Jrseph Kaczmarek . . 
Wm. H. Freyermuth . . 
Iden S Roming . . . . 
Joseph B. Arnold . . . . 
Albert Gaylor . . 
J(,seph E.Talbot . . . . 

Sadie Sandage 

James H. Kirlan . . . . 
Dudley M. Shively . . . 

B. G. George 

Thompson Turner . . . 



RESIDENCE. 



Walkerton . . 
South Bend , . 
South Bend . . 
South Bend . . 
South Bend . . 
Mishawaka . . 
Union Mills . . 
Granger . . 
South Bend . . 
New Carlisle . 
South Bend . . 
Mishawaka . . 
South Bend . . 
Mishawaka . 
South Bend 
Mishawrtka . . 
South Bend . . 
Mishawaka , . 
South Bend . . 
Souih Bend . . 
South Bend . . 
South Bend . . 
South Bend . . 
South Bend . . 
North Liberty. 
South Bend . . 
South Bend . . 
South Bend . . 
South Bend . . 
Mishawaka 
North Liberty . 
South Bend . 
South Bend . . 
South Bend • . 
South Bend . . 
South Bend . , 
Mishawaka . . 
North Liberty . 
South Bend . . 
South Bend 
New Carlisle . 
South Bend . . 
South Bend . . 
Mishawaka . . 
Walkerton . . 
South Bend . . 
Walkerton . . 
South Bend . . 
South Bend . . 
South Bend . . 
South Bend 
New Carlisle . 
South Bend . . 
South Bend . 
South Bend . . 
South Bend . . 
Walkerton 
South Bend . . 
South Bend . . 
South Bend . . 
South Bend . . 
South Bend . . 
South Bend . . 
South Bend . . 
South Bend . . 
South Bend , . 
South Bend . . 
South Bend . . 
South Bend . . 
South Bend . . 
Walkerton . . 



Date of Commijsion- 



November 15, 1894. 
November 19, 1894. 
December 1(», 1894. 
December 29. 1894. 
January 2, 1895. 
January?, 1895. 
JanuHry 8, 1895. 
Januarys, 1895. 
January 19, 1895. 
January 30, 1895. 
FebrUHry 1, 1895. 
February 4. 1895. 
February 19. 1895.^ 
March 5, 1895. 
March 7, 1895. 
March 11, 1895. 
March 29, 1895. 
April 4, 1895. 
April 11, 1895. 
April 29.1895. 
May 22, 1895. 
Junes, 1895. 
June 26, 1895. 
July 5, 1895. 
July 22, 1895. 
July 24. 1895. 
July 27, 1895. 
July 27, 1895. 
AtJgustS, 1895. 
August 22, 1895. 
September 5. 1895. 
September 26, 1895. 
September 26, 1895. 
October 21, 1895. 
October 21, 1895. 
Novembers, 1895. 
November 6, 1895. 
November 11, 1895. 
November 14, 1895. 
November 15, 1895. 
November 16, 189% 
November 16, 1895. 
November 25, 1895. 
December 13, 1895. 
Januiry 4, 1896. 
January 16, 1896. 
January 20, 1896 
January 23, 1896. 
February 11.1896. 
March 2, 1896. 
March 24, 1896. 
April 13. 1896. 
April 13, 1896. 
April 16, 1896. 
April 17, 1896. 
April 28, 1896. 
May 11, 1896. 
May 18, 1896. 
May 28, 1896. 
June 17, 1896. 
July 7, 1896. 
July 17, 1896. 
July 21, 1896. 
August 26, 1896. 
August 26, 1896. 
September 14, 1896. 
September 17, 1896. 
September 25, 1896. 
September 26. 1896. 
October 21, 1896. 
October 29, 1896. 



173 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 
steCtben county. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Datk ok Commission. 


Moses Kinsey 

George A. Smith 




December 6,1894 


Fremont 


December 7, 1894! 
December 14 1894 




Pleasant Lake 


January 30, 1895. 
February 11, 1895. 
February 16, 1895. 
February 21, 1895. 
April 9, 1895. 
May 3, 1895. 
June 26, 1895 


Joseph A. Woodhull 




Frank T. Dole 


Salem Center 

Alvarado 

Steubenville 


Jerome B. Cheney 




John B. Kinsely 




August 16, 1895. 
August 29, 1895. 
September 18. 1895. 
October 11, 1895. 
October 16, 1895. 




Willis Khoads 

Lewis I. Matson 

Leona Bodley 


Angola 

Pleasant Lake 


Angola . 


October 16, 1895 




October 23, 1»95. 






October 28, 1895. 






December 9, 1895. 






December 14, 1895. 


George H. Dando 


Orland 


December 18, 1895. 
February 4,1896. 
February 5,1896. 
February 6.1896. 
February 6,1896. 
February 8, 1896. 
February 10. 1896. 
March 5,1896. 




Angola 

Salem Center 






William G. Croxton 






Salem Center 

Metz 


Heyman C. Allman 




Orland 

Angola 


March 10, 1896. 
March 13. 1896. 




April 1,1896. 
May 21. 1896. 
A.ueu,*t 16, 1896. 


A. C. Wood . 




Eliaabeth Weston 




Sol A. Wood 




September 3,1896. 
September 19, 1896. 


Emory G.Melendy 


Fremont 



SULLIVAN COUNTY. 



William A. Fordyce, 
Isaac H. Kalley. . . 
Andrew J. Conley. . 
Isaac N. Snow. . . . 
Helen L. Hiokle . . 
John C. Briggs 
Joshua Beasley . . . 
Nicholas Davis . . 
John G. Barnett . . 
A. D. Leach . . . 

John H. Jackson . . 
Robert G. Baton . . 
Eva I. Holdson . . . 
J. Hurley Drake . . 
Wm.H Bridwell . . 
Alida Edmonson . , 

WintFoote 

Albert D.Scott . . , 
Sarah J. Land. . . . 
E.M.Stewart. . . . 
S.T.Wolfe . . . , 

Wm. Willis 

Otis Parker . . 
Wm.R. Nesbit . . . 
L. E. Eaton 



Shflburn . . 

Sullivan. . . 
Cass P.O.. 

Sullivan. . 

Sullivan. . . 

Sullivan. . . 

Sullivan. . . 

Sullivan. . . 

Hymera . . . 

Sullivan. . . 
Pleasantville 

Paxton . . . 

Sullivan. . . 

Sullivan. . . 

Sullivan. . . 

Dugger . . . 
Farmersburg 

Shelburn . . 

Carlisle . . . 

Sullivan. . . 

Sullivan, . . 

Sullivan, . . 
Sullivan. 

Sullivan. . . 

Sullivan. . . 



November 10, 1894. 
December 10,1894. 
December 12, 1894, 
January 24» 1895. 
January 28,1895. 
January 29, 1895. 
March 6, 1895. 
April 2, 1895. 
April 11, 1895. 
June 22, 1895. 
August 7, 1895. 
September 4, 1895. 
October 15, 1895. 
October 17, 1895. 
October 17, 1895. 
November 12. 1895. 
January 9, 1896. 
January 22, 1896. 
February 19, 1896. 
March 13,1896. 
March 25.18%. 
Aprils, 1896. 
May 8, 1896. 
June 16,1896. 
August 17, 1896. 



174 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

SWITZERLAND COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 






March ], 1895. 




Bennington 

Bennington 


April 3, 1895. 


John W. Neal 


April 5, 1895. 




July 29, 1895. 


Perry K Cotton . 




July 29, 1895. 




Florence 


August 16, 1895. 




AUensville 

Veray 


August 17, 18^5. 




October 24, 1895. 




January 10, 1896. 


Selah Mead . , 


Patriot 

Sugar Branch 

Markland 


January 13,1896. 
February 7,1896. 




June 22, 1896. 







TIPPECANOE COUNTY. 



James E.Robinson . . . 
Adam Wallace . . . . 
Florence V. Raynor. . . 
George J. Eacoek. . . . 
Jasper M. Dresser. . . . 
William A. Dresser . . . 
Walter I. Snider . . . . 
Charles W. Bone . . . . 
James W. Schooler . . . 

Isaac 0. Russell 

Nimmo F. Pettis . . . . 

William T. Ball 

Agnes R. Casey 

Chnrles R. Underwood . 
William R. Slanter . . . 
George W.Crider . . . . 
William S. Feckham . . 
William B. Wormley . . 

Fred. L.Webb 

C. A. Burnett 

Charles B. Thompson . . 
Erasmus M. Weaver . . 

James W. Davis 

Frank Terry 

Marcellus L Smith . . . 
'Clarence Severson . . . 
•Charles Q. fclrisman. . . 
"William H. Bryan . . . 
Albert W.Caldwell . . . 
Roberts. McBride . . . 
Willium 0. Grouse . . . 
Andrew .1. Rnush . . . . 

■Cash K. Leffler 

William C. Mi'chell . . 
•Oscar R. Roethig . . . 
Hennie Mnyerstein . . 
Eben B. Bailey . . . . 
Fred. R. Levering . . . 

J 0. Perrin 

Jewel H. Millis 

A.Orth Bebm 

William R. CofForth. . . 
Richard L. Bwbank. . . 
William H. Wood. . . 
John D. Gougar. . . . . 
Charles U Henderson . 
John A. Bailey . . . 
John C. Brockenbrough 
Frank B. Clayton . . . . 
George D. Parks . . . 
Edwin R. Fielding . . . 



Lafayette . 
Lafayette . 
Lafayette . 
Lafayette . 
Lafayette 
Latayette . 
Lafayette . 
Lafayette . 
Latayette . 
Lafayette . 
Lafayette . 
Colburn . . 
Lafayette . 
Latayette . 
Clark's Hill 
Buck Creek 
Lafayette . 
Lafayette . 
Lafayette . 
Lafayette . 
Lafayette . 
Lafayette . 
Lafayette . 
Lafayette . 
Lafayette . 
Lafayette . 
Lafayette . 
Lafayette . 
Lafayette . 
L^afayette . 
Lafayette . 
Lafayette . 
Americus . 
}jafayette . 
Lafayette . 
Lafayette . 
Lafayette . 
Lafayette . 
Lafayette 
Stockwell . 
Lafayette . 
Lafayette . 
Lafayette . 
Lafayette . 
Latayette . 
Lafayette . 
Lafayette . 
Lafayette . 
Lafayette . 
Lafayette . 
Lafayette . 



November 15, 1S94. 
November 21, 1894. 
November 30, 1894. 
November 30, 1894. 
December 10, 1894. 
DecemTDsr 13, 1894. 
December 19, 1894. 
December 20, 1894. 
December 28, 1894. 
January 7, 1895. 
Jiinuary 10, 1895. 
January 12,1895. 
January 16, 1895. 
January 23, 1895. 
January 23, 1895. 
February 7, 1895. 
February 9,1895. 
February 15, 1895. 
March 19, 1895. 
March 20, 1895. 
March 28, 1895. 
March 29, 1895. 
April 9,189). 
April 17,1895. 
April 29, 1895. 
May 9,18H5. 
May 22, 1895. 
June 27, 1895. 
June 28, 1895. 
Julv 6, 1895. 
July 20, 1895. • 
July 24, 1895. 
July 30, 1895. 
September 4, 1895. 
September 14, 1895. 
September 18. 1895. 
October 4, 1895. 
October 11, 1895. 
November 11, 1895. 
November 26, 1895. 
December 5, 1895. 
December 10, 1895. 
December 13, 1895. 
December 13, 1895. 
December 14, 1895. 
December 18, 1895. 
December 20,1895. 
December 28, 1895. 
January 29, 1896. 
February 3, 1896. 
February 7, 1896. 



175 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

TIPPECANOE COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Tommission. 




Lafayette 

Battle Ground 

Lafayette . 

Lafayette 

Lafayette 


February 8, 1896. 
Februiiry 14, 1896. 
February 24, 1896. 
March 4, 1H96. 
February 27. 1896. 
March 13 1896 


Leroy E.Cowgill 




William 0. Laird 


William A. Roberts 


Stockwell 


March 16 1896 




Lafayette 

Montmorency 

Colburn . . 

Lafayette 

Lafayette 

Lafayette 

Lafayette 


April .3, 1896. 
April 4, 1^96. 
April 9, 1896. 
April 13. 1896. 
May 5, 1896. 
May 13, 1896. 
July 31, 189fi. 


Robert G. McQueen 


W. A. Colvert . 


Columbus Braekenbraugh 

W.M. Hand 

W.P.Severson 


Lewis Gros 


William H. Hale 


Lafayette 

Lafayette 


August 4, 1896. 
September 1?, 1896. 
September 17. 1896. 
October 16 1896 


William F. Ruby 


Andrew T. Colton 






Lafayette 


October 29*, 1896.' 





TIPTON COUNTY. 



George W. Coleman . 
Lewis A. Coleman . . 
EstellaN. Gilford. . . 
Leander Goodwin . . 
Benjamin F. Hinds . . 
Daniel B. Gilbert. . . 
L. H. Ross. . . . 

Jerry 0. Bunch . ■ . 
E. A. Mock . . . 

E.B. Martindale . . 
T. B. Bartholomew . . 
Walter W. Mount. . . 
Andrew J. Hobbs . , 
Louis G. Seright . . . 
John P. Pyke . . . 
Elias M. Richards . . 
Sophia Woodruff . . . 
Jessie Florence Grove 
Belle Ballenger . . . . 
Francis M. Marshall . 

W. R.Bailey 

C.F.White 

William J. Miner. . . 
Michael T. Sheil . . . 

W. O.Dean 

T.M.Butler 

Jeremiih Ressler . . . 
Willis A.Kendall 
Lewis Kirtley . . . . . 

Samuel Best 

M. J. MuIIarkey . . . 
L. R. Lee . . . 



Normanda. . . 

Tipton 

Tipton 

Curtisville. . . 
New Lancaster 
Tipton. . . . 

Ekin 

Tipton 

Tipton 

Tipton 

Tipton 

Tipton 

Elwood . . . . 

Tipton 

Tipton 

Nevada . . . . 

Tipton 

Tipton 

Sharpsville . . 
Curtisville. . . 
Windfall. . . . 
Windfall, . . . 

Tipton 

Tipton. . . . 
Windfall . . . 

Tipton 

Hobbs 

Tipton . . . , ■ 

Tipton 

Mt. Morency . 

Tipton 

Tipton 



November], ]89i. 
November 8, 1894. 
November 21, 1894. 
November 21, 1894. 
November oU, 1894. 
December 20, 1894. 
January 11, 1895. 
February 4, 189.5. 
February 4, 1985. 
February 12, 1895. 
February 12, U95. 
February 15, 1895, 
March 1, 1895. 
March 13, 1895, 
May 6,1895. 
May 10, 189.?. 
June 7, 1895. 
July 2, 1895. 
August 12, 1895. 
August 19, 1895. 
August 23, 1895. 
September 14, 1895. 
September 24, 1895. 
September 30, 1895. 
October 23, 1895. 
November 23, 1895. 
February 5,1896. 
Fe ruary 26, 1896. 
February 26. 1895. 
April 22, 1896. 
May 8, 1896. 
June 2, 1896. 



UNION COUNTY. 



Robert E. Earnhardt 
James Harrell . . . 
Lafayette Moor . . . 
David V. Spirey . . 
Albert Davis .... 
Albert Parvis . . . 
Adin K. Bates . . . 



Liberty 

Liberty 

College Conrer, Ohio 

Brownsville 

Liberty 

Billingsville . . . . 
Liberty 



November 27, 1894. 
November 28, 1894. 
January 24, 1895. 
January 24,1895. 
November 2, 1895. 
August 14. 1896. 
October 16,1896. 



176 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 
VANDERBURGH COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date ot Commission. 



Mary T. Wilson 

Fred C.Schwauer. . . . 
Philip H. Hopkins . . . 

John R. Brill 

Charles L Roberts . . 
Alvah Johnson .... 

James T. Cutler .... 

Leonidas D. Rogers . . 
George C. Nash ... 

"William R. Autderheide 
Paul De Kress .... 

James T. Walker .... 

Henry Mason .... 

Ar.hur P. Funkhauser 
DeWittQ Ch.ppell . . 
Charles W. MeKinney . 
Andrew O. Richardt . . 
Peter Maier . ...... 

George E. Lowe .... 

Preston B.Triplett . . 
William E. Cole .... 

Charles L. Wedding . . 
Sebastian Henrich . . . 
Thomas B. Wheeler . . 

Sam H. Wardle 

Willis B. Wright .... 
Henry W. Lauer .... 
Ho-^ace A. MoCutcheon 
C. F. Hartmetz .... 
George W. Nexsen . . 
Walton M. Wheeler 
Hamilton A. Matteson 

R. A. Brennan 

Louis J. Herman . . . 
Alberta Eoerwine . . . 
Julia M. Imhof ... 
Walter F. Freudenberg 
George I. Pritchett . . . 
N. L'l.wrenee Lindsley . 

Nettie Wol' 

Frank M. Cummings 

Philip W. Frey 

Gustav Paul 

Willis J. Meadows . . . 
Franck C. Gore .... 
H.J. Peckinpaugh . . . 
Wilbur Krskine .... 
Curran A. DeBruler . . 
Patrick H. Coady . . . . 
Azri) Dyer .... 

Percy ". H'^pkias . . . 

Rose M. Bingel 

Thomas E. Orumbaugh 
Benjamin F. Everson . 
Louis Rf)sch .... 
John W. 8peneer . . . 
Henry M. Sweetser . . . 
Julia E. Mitchell .... 
Elder Cooper .... 
John McDonald .... 
William G.Kerth . . . 

Ira D. McCoy 

J. A. McCoy 

C. F. Rose 

Daniel F. Norton . . . 

Jesse C. WHl 

Aaron M. Weil 

Irene C. Voflke .... 
Edw ird E. Law .... 
W. H.Gudgel . . . . 
H. W.Blmendorf . . . . 



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Evansv 

Evansv 

Evansv 

Evansv 

Evansv 

Evansv 

Evansv 

Evansv 

Evansv 

Evans* 

Evansv 

Evansv 

Evansv 

Evansv 

Evansv 

Evansv 

Evansv 

Evansv 

Evansv 

Evansv 

Evansv 

Evansv 

Evansv 

Evansv 

Evansv 

Evansv 

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November 9, 1894. 
November 13, 1891. 
November 17, 1894. 
November 28, 1844. 
December 4, 1894. 
December 12, 1894. 
December 12, 1894. 
December 13, 1894. 
December 28. 1894. 
December 29. 1894. 
January 4, 1895. 
January 4,1895. 
Janujry 7, 1895. 
Janu.ry 8,1895. 
January 9, 1»95. 
January 15, 1895. 
January 18, 1895. 
January 18, 1895. 
January 23. 1895. 
January 31, 1895. 
February 4, 1895. 
February 11,1895. 
March 15,1895. 
April 9, 1895. 
April 9 1895. 
M y 3,1895. 
May 6, 1895. 
May 11,1895. 
May 18, 1895. 
June 29, 1895. 
July 12,1895. 
July 13, 1895. 
August 9, 189'>. 
Augu-t 9, 1895. 
September 6, 1895. 
Sepreuber 17, 1895. 
September 19, 1895. 
September 24. 1895. 
October 7, 18-15. 
October 8. Ih95. 
October 10. 1895. 
October 21, 1895. 
October 29, 1895. 
November 2, 1895. 
November 8, 1895. 
Nov.-mber14,1895. 
November 15, 1895. 
December 9,1895. 
December 13 1895. 
Dec mber 16, 1895. 
D<cember3l. 1895. 
February 4. 1896. 
February 4, 1896. 
February 4, 1896. 
February 4, 1896. 
February 11, 1896. 
February 26. 1896. 
March 4, 1896. ■ 
March 7.189(5. 
March 7, 1896. 
March 9, 1896. 
March 17. 1896. 
Mar-^-h 18,1896. 
March 18, 1896. 
March ■'-7. 1896. 
March 27,1896. 
March 27, 1896. 
March 30, 1896. 
March 31. 1896. 
April 10,1896. 
April 24, 1896. 



177 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

VANDEKBURQH COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 


M.S. Sontag 

W. S. Hunt 




April 29. 1896. 
May 14, 1896. 






May 28, 1896. 


Samuel D. McReynolds 

R C Wilkinson 


Evansville 

Evansville 


May 29, 1K96. 
June 4, 1896. 




June 9,1896. 




Evansville 

Evansville 

Evansville 


July 1, ls96. 




July 2-!, 1896. 


R M Cox 


July 28, 1896. 


Charies B Hunt 




August 24, 1896. 






August 28, 1896. 




Evansville 

Evansville 

Evansville 

Evansville 


September 18, 1896. 




September 25. 1896. 




Octobers, 1896. 




October 9, 1896. 







VERMILLION COUNTY. 



Barton S. Aikman . . 
E.B.Dunlop . . . . 
William Rhenby . . . 
E. B. James. . . . 

William H.Skidmore. 

Jesse P. York 

J. H. Brown 

James C. Sawyer . . 
Gould '+. Rhenby. . . 

C. W.Ward 

Hugh H. Conley. . . . 
John A. Wiltermood . 

W. H. Qoff 

John S. Kern . . . . 
Winford M.Taylor . . 
John H. Conaway . . . 
Joseph .lames . . . 

Martin E. Rhoades - . 
Richard E. Whitlock . 



Newport .... 
Newport. . . . 
Newport. . . . 

Dina 

Dana 

Dana 

Cayuga . . . . 
N'-wport. . . . 
Newport . . . . 
Mewport. . . . 
Newport. . . . 
Clinton . . . . 
Gessie ... 
Quaker P.O. . 

Dana 

Eugene . . • . 
Summit Grove. 
Newport . . . 
Newport . . . . 



November 26, 1894. 
Decembers, 1894. 
January 8. 1895. 
January 23.1895. 
January 24. 1895. 
Maroh 23. 1895. 
April 9, 1895. 
April 16,1895. 
May 29. 1895. 
May 29, 1895. 
June 5, 1895. 
June 6, 1895. 
June 18, 1895. 
July 5, 1895. 
July 16, 1895. 
July 19, 1895. 
March 3, 1896. 
Mnrch 14,1896. 
October 15, 1896. 



VIGO COUNTY. 



Goethe Duff Caldwell . . 
James F. Murphy . . . 
Maxwell Carson Hamill 
Morton T. Hidden . . . , 
B.H.Gallagher . . . . 

James E. Piety 

Samuel C. Stimson . . 
A. G. Cummings . . . , 
Joseph G. Elder . . . . , 
Alexander Thomas ... 
Donn W. Roberts. . . . . 

Burton Cassady 

James B. Sheekel . ... 

George E. Pugh 

Josiah T. Walker .... 
Albert B. Pounds. . . . 
Martha J. Burget . . . . 
Jacob J. Dailey .... 
Mitrtin Hollinger. . . . 
Lewis E Carson . . . 
Augustin J. Dunnigan . 
Otto P. Newhart ... 
William '. Busch . . . 
Wm. E. Easterday . . . 
Homer A. Taylor . . . . 
Relious H. Modesitt . . 

Will K Balch 

Kate M. Long 

Ida Perkins 

12 — Sec. State, 



Terre Haute . . . 
Terre Haute . . . . 
Terre Haute ... 
Terre Haute . . . 
Fontanet .... 
I erre Haute . . . . 
Terra Haute . . . . 
Terre Haute ... 
Terre Haute . . • . 
Terre Haute ... 
Terre Haute . . . 
West Terre Haute 
Sandford . . . , 
Terre Haute . . . , 
Terre Haute ... 
Terre Haute . . . ■ 
Terre Haute . . . . 
Terre Haute . . , 
Terre Haute . . . . 
Terre Haute . . . . 
Terre Haute . . . , 
Terre Haute ... 
Terre Haute . • . 
Terre Haute . . 
Seelyville ... 
Terre Haute . . . 
Terre Haute . . . 
Terre Haute . . . 
Terre Haute . . . 



November 13,1894. 
November 26, 1894. 
November 26, 1894. 
November 2fi, 1894. 
November 26, 1894. 
December 3.1891. 
December Id, 1894. 
December 20, 1894. 
December 20. 18H4. 
January 9, 1895. 
January 14, 1895. 
Januiry 15, 1895 
January 16, 1895 
January 17, 1895. 
January 21. 1^95. 
February 5,18^5. 
February 7,1895. 
Februiry 9,1895. 
February 12,1895. 
February 13,1895. 
February 15,1895. 
February 16.1895. 
March 23, 1895. 
March 26. 1895. 
March 29, 1895. 
April 1, 1895. 
April 10, 1895. 
April 10. 1895. 
May 9,1895. 



178 
l^OTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

VIGO COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME, 



RESIDENCE. 



Datk of Commission 



Lawrence Burget .... 
Josephus 0. Davis . . . 
Adrian A. Beectier . . . 
Mary C. Haley ... 

Guy M. Walker .... 
Robert B. Insley .... 
Frank C. Donaldson . . 
Milton C. Strole .... 
Wm. J. Wbitaker .... 

David R. Gray 

Samuel Duval) .... 
F.B.Smallwood .... 
James D. Bigelow . . . 
George M. Stewart . . 
Geo. A. Scott . . . 

Fannie W. Ha mill . . . 

Frank J.Turk 

Frank 1. Rawley . . . 
Frederick L. Tyler . . 
Stephen M. Reynolds . 
MoiNaughton Barnes . . 
Wm. T. Gleason ... 

Geo. I. Kisntr 

George 0. Dix 

Richard Dahlen . . . 
Louis D. Leveque. . . . 
Alvin M. Higgins . . . 
Wm. A. Kerns .... 
Sarah P. Burton .... 
James W. Crook . . . 
John E. Woodruff . . . 
David A. Orman ... 
Robert F. IMitsche . . . 
Charles o.Reichert . . 
Morton P. Whelan . . . 
John Foulkes . . . 

Otto Hippleheustr . . . 
Reny J. Vesque .... 
J. P. Stunkhard .... 
Eli H. Redman .... 
Lydia P. Redman . . . 

John A. Boggs 

Wm.H.Tobe 

Adam Tressler 

AnnaF.Hayman . . . 
W. R. Rippetoe .... 
Emma A. Smith . . . . 

Edgar Coffey 

H. .M.Smith 

J. F. -loyce 

G. C.Bunton ... 

Ernst Nattkemper . . 
John T. Beasley . . . 
Edward McCloskey. . . 
Emmett F. Roderick . . 

W.C.Maud 

M.M.Grimes 

W. H.Saule 

J. H. Kleiser 

Eva M.Turk 

Peter M. Foley 

Maud Toun 

John 8. Cleary 

Charles W. Woods . . 
William E. Hendrich. . 
William E. Hendrich, Jr 
Arthur T. Ballenger . . 
Hugh D. Rcquet .... 
WinfieldS. Mahn .... 
John M. Volkers .... 

John A. Corson 

Albert Ballenger .... 
Joseph Ballenger .... 
William H. Duncan . . 



Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Riley 

Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre H;iUte 
Terre Haute 
Terre Hiiute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 
Terre Haute 



May 9,1895. 
May 11,1895. 
May 16,1895. 
May 17,1895. 
June 20,1895. 
June 25, 1895. 
August 5, 1895. 
August 26, 1895. 
September 10,1895. 
September 10, 1895. 
September 1(M895. 
September 17, 1895. 
September 19, 1895. 
September 19, 1895. 
October 3, 1895. 
October 7,1895. 
October 7, 1895. 
October 9, 1895. 
October 9, 1895. 
October 14, 1895. 
October 16, 189=>. 
November 7, 1895. 
November 13,1895. 
December 5, 1895. 
December 6, 1895. 
December 12, 1895. 
December 14, 1895. 
December 17, 1895. 
December 18, 1895. 
December 19, 1895. 
December 31. 1895. 
January 17, 1896. 
January 18, 1896. 
January 22, 1896. 
January 27. 1896. 
February 3,1896. 
February 17,1896. 
March 11, 1896. 
March 13, 1896. 
March 14, 1896. 
March 14, 1896. 
March 23, 1896. 
March 26. 1896. 
April 8, 1896. 
April 18, 1896. 
April 21, 1896. 
May 16, 1896. 
May 16, 1896. 
May 17, 1896. 
June 3,1896. 
June 4, 1S96. 
June 15, 1896. 
June 15, 1896. 
July 7, 1896. 
July 28, 1896. 
July 28, 1896. 
July 29, 1896. 
July 29, 1896. 
August 10, 1896. 
August 27, 1896. 
August 28, 1896. 
September 3, 1896. 
September 5, 1896. 
October 5,1896. 
October 6,1896. 
October 6, 1896. 
October 15, 1896. 
October 21, 1896. 
October 21, lt^96. 
October 21, 1896. 
October 21, 1896. 
October 23, 1896. 
October 23, 1896. 
October 28. 1896. 



179 



NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 



WABASH COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission. 




Wabash 

Wabash 

La Fountain 

Wabash 

Wabas-h 




Christian C. Mikesell 

JertDMn U. Blood 

7f ill K.8navelly 


December 7, 1894. 
December 20, 1894. 
January 3, 1895. 
January 4, 1895. 
January 10, 1895. 
January 14, 1895. 
January 16, 1895. 
February 7, 1895. 
February 9, 1895. 
March 5, 1895. 
March 16, 1895 


Alfred H. Plummer 


3h<^lby Sexton 


North Manchester 

Wabash . . . 


George W . Klare 

lohn W , Dorner 


Wabash 

North Manchester 

North Manchester 

Liberty Mills 

Wabash 




Michael Cook 




March 25, 1895 


A.B.Thomas 


North Manchester 

Wabash . 

North Manchester 

Wabal^h 

North Manchester 


May 13, 1895. 




June 6, 1895 




June 15, 1895. 


Terry F. Kinerk 

John P. Watkins 


June 19, 1895. 
August 27, 1H95. 
Sept. mber 18, 1895. 
December 3, 1895. 
December 16, 1895. 
December 20, 1895. 
December 21, 1895. 
December 23, 1895 


John M. Curtner 


Jeorge W. Hart 

)avid J. Brooks ... 

Thomson Arnold 

Christian B. Roger 


Wabash 

Wabash 

North Manchester 

R'lann 

Wabash 

Wabash 


Jim M. Amoss 


January 27, 1896. 


Chomas J. Pefley 


Dora 

New Holland 

Wabash 

Liberty Mills 


February 11, 1896. 
February 14, 1896 


Levi Kindley 




March 7, 1896. 


Marius K. Martin 


February 27, 1896. 
February 28. 1896. 
April 2,1896. 
April 8, 1896. 
April 27,1896. 
June 11, 189i. 


jteorge F. Ogden 




Wabish 






North Manchester 

Wabash 

Wabash 


Will Fowler 


Albert E Isley 


September 11,1895. 


. 



WARREX COUNTY. 



Arthur E. Yount . . 
h W. Osburn . . . 
John H. Messner 
SVilliam P. Rhodes . 
Robert Braden 
Ohanes M. Atkinson 
Darson McCIure . . 
(VilliamKclley . . 
Edwin F McCabe 
Earley D. Billings . 
J. W. Day .... 
fames Mickle .... 



Independence 
West Lebanon 
Williwrnsport 
Williamsport 
Williamcport 
Pine Village 
Williamsport 
Carbondale 
Williamsport 
Williamsport 
Hedrick . . 
Green Hill . 



November 27. 1894. 
January 12, 1S95. 
February 11, 1895. 
February 12, 1895. 
February 21. 1895. 
March 14, 1895. 
May 27. 1895. 
June 12. 1895. 
December 10, l!-95. 
M»y5, 1895. 
August 6. 1895. 
September 4, 1895. 



180 

NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 
WARRICK COUNTY. 



NAME. 


RESIDENCE. 


Date of Commission 




Welte 


November 24, 1894. 




Elberfeld 


.lanufiry 29, 1895. 




Boonville 


March 20, 1895. 






March 28, 1895. 


Thomas E Heed 


Folsomville 

Klberteld 


April 3. 1895. 


Gtorge J. Meyer 


April 10,1895. 
April 18, 1895. 








May 11, 1895. 






May 13, 1895. 






June 12, 1>'95. 


Robert S. Moore 


Boonville . . .... 


June 15. 1895. 
September 3,1895. 


William J Shafer 


Boonville 

Boonville . . 

EvansviUe 


January 4. 1896. 


Charles M. Hammond 

Wm A Hunt 


February 28. 1896. 
March 24. 1896. 


Chas A Roberts 


Folsomville 


April 6, 1896. 


Henry Hochhalter 

A. C Jones • 

R.Kiker 


April 16.1896. 
May 6, 1896. 
June 1, 1896. 


Lynnville . 







WASHINGTON COUNTY. 



James N. Hamilton 
Elijah H. Morris 
Samuel H. Mitchell 
David A. Jennings . 
Cyrus Martin 
Thomas J. Rodman 
Wm M Gr^enslade 
David H. Thompson 
William H Ward . 
Ofcar W. Mead 
William H. Paynter 
John D. Bowman 
Joseph Diiily . . 
S. B Carter . . 
Nelson Johnson 
Reuben L.Bartle 
Joshua Brown . 
Francis M. Hawn 
F. M Hostetter 
Harvey Morris . 



Salem . . 
Martinsburg . 
Salem . . 

Salem . . 

South Boston . 
Weirtown . . . 
Livonia . . 
Little York . . 
Salem .... 
Blue River . . 

Salem 

Far:. bee .... 
Fredericksburg 

Pekin 

Pekin 

Bartle .... 
Campbellsburg 
Little York . . 

Salem 

Salem 



November 2», 1894. 
November 29. 1894. 
January 2, 1895. 
January 10, 1895. 
January 23. 1895. 
February 15, 1895. 
February 28, 1895. 
April 2, 1895. 
May 24, 1895. 
June 14, 1895. 
October 4, 1895. 
December 12, 1895. 
March 11, 1896. 
April 14, 1896. 
May 10, 1896. 
June 10, 1896. 
June20, 189R. 
June 25,1896. 
August 5, 1896. 
August 31, 1896. 



WAYNE COUNTY. 



Jonathan C. Boone . 
Henry C.Starr 
Arthur A. Gurme, Jr 
Harry M. Westeott . 
Philip T. South . . 
Wilbur E. Hunter. . 
Joseph B. Moore . . 
Jesse H Brooks. . . 
John L. Yaryan. . . 
MoFes M. Cnllaway . 
James P. Nixon. 
Louis V. Armstrong 
Thaddeus Hill . . 
Perry J. Freeman. . 
Alonzo M. Gardner . 
Minnie Dormire . . 
James M. Morris . . 

EliStubbs 

Richard A.Jackson. 



Richmond. . . 
Richmond . . . 
Richmond . 
Richmond. 
Dublin. . . . 
Richmond. . . 
Richmond. . . 
Richmond. . . 
Richmond . • . 
Cambridge City 
Richmond. . . 
Richmi nd . . . 
Rii-hmond. . . 
Richmond. . . 
Richmond . . . 
Richmond . . . 
Richmond . . . 
Richmond . . . 
Richmond. . . 



November 14, 1894. 
November 21, 1894. 
November 23. 1894. 
December?, 1894. 
December 17, 1894. 
December 22. 1894. 
December 31, 1894. 
January 5, 1895. 
February 11, 1895. 
February 13. 1895. 
March 5, 1895. 
March 16. 1895. 
April 1, 1895. 
April 6, 1895. 
May 6. 1895. 
May 27, 1895. 
June 12, 1895. 
July 13.1895. 
July 19,1895. 



181 
NOTARIES PUBLIC— Continued. 

WAYNE COUNTY-Continued. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commislion. 



Samuel K. Morgan . . 
William A.Bond . . . 
Jesse R Brnwn 
Edward B. Needham . 
Charles A. Francisco 
Jeremiah W. Svvafford 
J. Seward Beard . . 
John M. Manriing. . . 
Wm. Platte Robinson. 

John N. Zeyer 

Webster Parry . . . 
Berjamin F. Harris. 
John B.Thistlethwaite 
Orlo B. Fulgham . . . 
Elmer H. Walker. . . 
George E Calloway. . 
Wesley W.Dafler . . . 
Abel L. Study. . . . 
Frank C.Vaughn. . . 
Jessie Dennis .... 
Will C. Converse . . 
William H. Kelley . . 
William M.Hunt . . 
Stephen S. Stratton, Jr 
Nellie I. Cowles. . . 
Ada L. Bernhart . . . 
Corinna Faulkner. 
Charles W.Morgan . . 
0. <i. Davis ... 

Sam'l C. Whitsell . . . 

A. R. Jones 

Paul Comstock . , . 
Walter S. Commons. 
Everett R. Lemon . . 
James W. Wilson. . . 
F.C.Roberts .... 
Thos.J. Study .... 
Joseph Modlin .... 
Henry J. Askin .... 
Jesse Deddnll Reeves. 
Everette A. Richey . . 
Milton B. Craighead . 



Richmond. . . 
Richmond . . . 
Greens Fork. . 
Richmond . . . 
Richmond . . . 
Centreville . . 
Economy . . . 
Economy . . . 
Richmond. . . 
Richmond . . . 
Richmond. . . 
Richmond . . . 
Richmond . . . 
Richmond . . . 
Richmond. 
Cambridge City 
Richmond . . . 
Richmond . . . 
Richmond . . . 
Richmond . . . 
Richmond . . . 
Richmond. . . 
Williamsburg . 
Richmond . . . 
Richmond . . . 
Richmond ... 
Richmond . . . 
Richmond. . . 
Williamsburg . 
Richmond . 
Richmond . 
Richmond ... 
Centreville . . 
Richmond ... 
Richmond ... 
Richmond . . . . 
Richmond. . . , 
Richmond. . . . 
Richmond . . . . 
Ri hmond. . . . 
Richmond . . . . 
Richmond . . . . 



July .31. 1895. 
August 1, 1895. 
Augusts, 1895. 
August 5, 1895. 
August 10, 1895. 
August 16, 1895. 
AugUft 16, 1895. 
August 17, 1895. 
September 6, 1895. 
September 11, 1895. 
September 14. 1895. 
October 2, 1895. 
October 12, 1895. 
November 11. 1895. 
December 5, 18r*5. 
January 1.3, 189fi. 
January 13, 1896. 
January 14, 1896. 
January 16, 1896. 
February 11, 1(>96. 
February 13, 1896. 
March 3, 189-). 
March 9, 1896. 
March 21, 1896. 
March 27, 1896. 
March 28, 1896. 
April], 1896. 
April 4, 1896. 
April 13, 1896. 
April 27, 1896. 
April 3U, 1896. 
June 12, 189ri. 
June 23, 1896. 
June 25, 1896. 
July 6, 1896. 
July 10, 1896. 
August 27, 1896. 
August 29, 1896. 
September 8, 1896. 
September 11, 1896. 
Septi-mber 12,1896. 
September 29, 1896. 



WELLS COUNTY. 



A. L. Sharpe .... 

Jacob H. C.Smith . . . 
Gabriel T. Markley. . . 
Jacob J. Todd. . . . 

George W. Kimble 
Wendell B. Montgomery 
Grant Pyle ... 

Frank Edington .... 
Franklin W. Mosure . . 
John K. Rinehart. . . . 

C. E.Storgis 

William A. Good .... 
Henry Kirkwood . . . 
Joseph D Hatfield . . . 

John Gilbert 

Lewis J. Karns ... 
Jacob H. Hoffacher . . . 

J. S. Kornson 

Nellie E. Mason .... 

J.H.Ormsby 

E. M.Rinear 

N.K.Todd .... 

George Mock 

John Z. Brickley .... 



Bluffton . . . 

Bluflt'.n . . . . 
Bluffton 

Blufftou . . . . 

Bluffton . . 

Bluflton . . . 
Barber's Mills. 

Poneto. • . 

Vera Cruz . . . 

Bluffton . . . 

Bluffton . . . . 

McNatts. . . 

Petroleum. . . 

Bluffton . . . 

Montpelier . . 

Bluffton . . . 

Bluffton . . . . 

Ossian . . . . 
Bluffton . . 
Bluffton 
l/iberty Center 

Bluffton . . . . 

Bluffton . . . . 

Bluffton . . . . 



November 13, 1894. 
November 19. 1894. 
December 29, 1894. 
January 3, 1895. 
January 23, 1895. 
January 29. 1895. 
April 30, 1895. 
July 10, 1895. 
July 17, 1895. 
July 25, 1895. 
July 30. 1895. 
September 6. 1895. 
January 3, 1896. 
Februnry 4. 1896. 
March 17. 1896. 
April 4. 1896. 
April 28, 1896. 
May 11,1896. 
June 1.1896. 
June 9. 1896. 
June 9,1896. 
July 23. 1896. 
September 9. 1896. 
September 12, 1896. 



182 

NOTARIES PUBLIC—Continued. 
WHITE COUNTY. 



NAME. 



RESIDENCE. 



Date of Commission. 



William E.Uhl. . . 
William J. Gridley . 
Noble J. York . . . 
Robert H. Sherman . 
William H.Hamelle 
Addison K. Sills 
Webster P. Bushnell 
Park J. Gardner . . 
John G. Kerlin . . . 
Milton M. Sills . - 
James W. Gardner . 
Edward Duffy. . . . 
George F. Baker . . 
Albert B. Siine . . . 
Mary E. Casad . . . 
Manfred B Beard . 
Charles C. Spencer . 
Joseph R. Raub. 
Augustus S. Bordner 
Laron E. Street. . . 
Elihu B.Dibell 
Wm.W. McCulloeh. 
B.F.Carr 



Monticello. . . . 

Monticello. . . . 
Monon. ... 

Brookston . . . , 

Monticello. . . 

Monon. . . . . 

Monticello. . . , 

Idaville . . . . , 

WolcoU . . . . , 

Monticello. . . , 

Monticello. . . , 
Burnett's Creek 

W.lcott . . , 
Burnett's Creek 

Monticello. . . , 

Wolcott . . . , 

Monticello. ^ . . 

Chalmers . . . . 

Brookston. . . , 

Brookston . . . 

Wolcott . . . . 

Monticello. . . . 

Montieell'^. . . . 



November 17, 1894. 
November 23, 1894. 
December 14. 1894. 
January 16, 1895. 
Februnry 5, 1895. 
February 12, 1895. 
February 13, 1895. 
February 13, 1895. 
April 2e, 1895. 
May 1,1895. 
May 1. 1895. 
June 17, 1895. 
June 24, 1895. 
July 13, 1895. 
July 31,1895. 
September 11,1895. 
October 9, 1S95. 
November 25. 1895. 
January 3, 1896. 
January 22, 1896. 
February 3. 1896. 
February 25, 1896. 
July 14, 1896. 



WHITLEY COUNTY. 



Willard Z. Smith . . 
John E. Merriman . 
William A. Blain. . 
WinfieldS. Gandy . 
Will E. Strong . . 
Thomas R. Marshall 
Martin L Gal breath. 
RoyW.Wigent 
Burnsidc Clapham . 
Frank J. Heller. 
John Richards . . . 
Curtis W. James . . 



Churubusco 
South Whitley, 
Heela . . 

Churubusco 
Columbia .City. 
Columbia City, 
South Whitley, 
Columbia < ity. 
Columbia City. 
Columbia City. 
Laud. 
Columbia City. 



November 21, 1894. 
Decembers, 1894. 
December 4, 1894. 
January 2, 1895. 
January 28. 1895. 
March 22, 1895. 
September 12, 1895. 
November 19, 1895. 
November 30, 1895. 
February 15. 1896. 
April 15,1896. 
July 21, 1896. 



18- J 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE. 



ADAMS COUNTY. 



NAME. 


POSTOFFICB. 


Date of Commission. 


John A.Ehrman 




November 14,1894. 
November 14, 1894. 
November 14, 1894. 
November 14, 1894. 
November 14, 1891. 
November 14, 1894. 
November 14, 1894. 
November 14, 1894. 
November 14, 1894. 
November 14,1894. 
November 14, 1894. 
November 14, 1894. 
November 14, 1894. 
November 14, 1894. 
November 14, 1894. 
November 14, 1894. 
November 14, 1894. 
November 14, 1894. 
November 14, 1894. 
November 14. 1894. 
November 20, 1894. 
November iiO, 1894. 
November 20, 1894. 
December 12,1894. 
December 19. 1894. 
September 17. 1896. 
January 13, 1896. 


James H. Knavel 


Decatur 

Berne 

Geneva 


Jacob Abnet 

Isaac N. Veley 


Andrew J. Byrd 


M. V.B. Simcoke 




William Hopkins 




James McCune 


Berne .... 


W.H. Parr 




Daniel Death 


Decatur . 

Pleasant Mills 




Samuel H. Hooker 


G. Winfield Rupright 


Friedheim ! ". 


William Zimmerman 




Frank Crum 




Peter J. Bryan 




Daniel Brewster 


New Corydon 


James R.Smith 


James R Smith 




A.J. Hill . . 


Decatur . 

Decatur 


Robert A. Drummond 


John W.Cowens 




Daniel Pontius 


Geneva . . 


John W.MerrimaB 


Samuel T^. Reisen 




E. F. Coffee 

Henry F. Bullerman 


Decatur ... , 

Wayne Township 





ALLEN COUNTY. 



Harry F. France . . . 
Michael H. Bohen . . 
Louis P. Huser . . . . 
Michael Taney . . . . 
Christian J. Schlater . 

John Shaffer 

Edmond AVickliffe . . 
Solomon Snider . . . 
Valentine Linker . . 
Theodore H. Ashley . 
James M. Nuttle . . 
William W. Driver . 
Cass P. Bricker . . . 
John D. Allegar . . . 
J. D. McCormick . . . 
Stephen A.Thornton 
George W. Keim . . . 
James A . Crippen . . 
Charles Wells . . . 
Daniel Porter . . . . 
John H.Eckles . . . . 
John M. Shires . . . . 
Alexander MoDaniels 
Henry C. Martin . . . 
John Buchtuik . . . . 
James A. Aiken . . . 



Ft. Wayne 

Ft. Wayne 

Ft. Wayne 

Ft. Wayne 

Leo 

Monroeville . . . . 

Zanesville 

Poe 

Ft. Wayne 

Ft. Wayne 

Chamberlain . . . . 
Maumee Township . 
Jackson Township . 
Monroeville . . . . 

Dixon, 

Huntertown . . . . 

Areola 

New Haven 

Aboit Township . . 

Fansler 

Harlan 

Nine Mile 

Ft. Wayne 

Maples 

Lafayette Township 
Lafayette Township 



November 10, 1894. 
November 10. 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10. 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10. 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16,1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16. 1894. 
March 15, 1895. 
Oc'ober24. 1895. 
March 9, 1896. 



J 84 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



BARTHOLOMEW COUNTY. 



NAME. 


POSTOFFICE. 


Date of Commission. 






November 14, 1894. 






November 14, 1894. 


John A. Winebester 

Robert F Pritohard . . 


Siuth Bethany 


November 14, 1894. 
November 14, 1894. 


Rudolph P. Kunschik 

Elihu W Holman 


Waymonsville 


November 14, 1894. 
November 14, 1894. 




Clifford 


November 14, 1894, 




Waynesville. 


November 14, 1894. 




November 14, 1894. 






November 14, 1894. 




Ogl'-ville 


November 14, 1«94. 


John H Brad ord 


Elizabethtown 

TaylorsviUe 


November 14, 1894. 
November 14, 1894. 


Nathan T. Parker 


November 14, 1894. 


John G Harris 


Taylorsville . . . - 
St. Louis Crossing 


November 14, 1>'94. 
November 14, 1894. 




November 14, 1894. 




H pe 


November 14, 1894. 


John T. Wright 




November 14,1894. 




November 14, 1894. 




Columbus 


November 14, 1894. 




November 14, 1894. 




Flat Rock Township .... 


December 22, 1894. 


William W 8tader 


December 22, 1894. 




Columbus 

Flat Rock Township .... 


September 25. 1895. 
March 17, 1896. 


Herman P. Schaefer 



BENTON COUNTY. 



Thomas Parks 


Remington 


November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19. 1894 
November 19,1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 






Talbot 












Ambia 




David Fuilerton . 




George W. Thompson 

Edward B. Heath 


Nadena 




Aydelotte 

Earl Park 

Oxford 




Walter M.Seward 




Wm. 1. VValdrip 


Oxford 




Fowler 




Frank M-ttchett. ... .... 


Fowler 






Swanington 


November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19. 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 




Wm. Westf '11 
















Wm. E, Eidridge 


HoRwell 

Oxford 






June 14, 1895. 




Center Township 

Richland Township .... 

Otterbein 

Grant Township 

Oxford 


June 14, 1895. 




September 18. 1895. 
Oct 'ber 16, 1895. 






January 20, 1896. 


William T. VValdrip 


June 20, 1896. 





185 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 
BLACKFORD COUNTY. 



NAME. 


POSTOFFICE. 


Date ok Commission. 




Hartford City 

Hartford City 

Hartford City 

Priam . 

Mill Grove 


November 1", 1894 


Charles W. Abbolt •. . 


November 16 1891 


Charles Haynes 


November IK, 1894. 
November 16, 1894 


Moses Whiteeotton 


November 16, 1894 




Montpelier 

Hartford City 

Mollie 


November 16, 1894 


Benj imin Swoveland 

Jacob Burnworth 


November 16. 1894. 
Nov. mher 16, 1894. 




RoM 


NovenibfT 16, U94 




Roll 


November 16, 1894 




Licking Township 

Roll 

Roll 

Hartford City 

Harrison Township 


December 19 1895 


L. L. Turner^ 


December 19. 1895. 
December 1'^ 1895 


Jame." J. Maddox 


December 19 1895 




December 19, 1895 







BOONE C(JUNTY. 



James Hamilton . . . . 
Firm Allen . . . 

John F. McKinley . . . 
Charles A. Bluebaugh . 

Silas N. >erring 

James L. Sailors 
Eeekiel J. Gant. ■ . . 
James H. Huckstep. . . 
Frank Routh . . . 

Ani'rew J. Adams. . . 
Nathan A. Perrill. . . . 
Solomon Witt . . . . 

Harvey B. Darnall . . . 

John H. Baker 

Alvin Carr . . . . 

John M. Kinaman . . . 
Urbin C. Harrison . . . 
Calvin Diekerson . . . . 

William Nash 

George W. Scott. 
Robert A. Cunningham 
Joshua W. Ross. . . 

Berjimin Thompson . . 
Jesse C. Smith . . 

John H. Barrie,= 

Seymore R Stewart. . . 
John R. Ferguson . . . 
Thomas F. Lane . . . . 
John Turner 



Terhune , . 

Waiigh 

Eliza ville 

Rlizsville 

Washington Township 

Thorntown 

Thorntown 

Thorntown 

Cason 

Lebanon 

Lebanon 

Lebanon . 

Lebanon. ...... 

Union Township . . . 
TTnion Township . . . 

Zionsville 

Zionsville 

Mill>'dgeville 

White Lick 

Miileilgeville 

Milledgeville 

Advance 

Advance 

Advance 

North Township. . . . 
North Township. . . . 
Sugar Creek Township 

Shepherd's 

North Township . . . 



November 16, 1894. 
Novembtr 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
Novembi-r 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16. 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16,1894. 
Nov( mber 16, lh94. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16,1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16. 1894. 
November 16. 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November l*^, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
Decemner 10,1894. 
December 7.1895. 
March 23. 1896. 



BROWN COUNTY. 




William T. Brickey 


Bean Blossom 

Spearsville 


November 14,1894. 




November 14, 1894. 


John H.Taylor 


November l-t, 1894. 


William Shields 


Needmore 

Bean Blossom 

Bean Blossom 

Mt. Liberty 


November 14. 1894. 


William Stump • . . 

James W. Derrenger 


November 14, 1894. 
November 14,1894. 


John B. West 


November 14, 1894. 




November 14, 1894. 


Williamson Woods .... 




November 14, 1894. 


Robert N. Guthrie 




November 14. 1894. 




Story 


Noverobprl4, 1894. 


Adam S. Carmichael 

David Ping 


Beck's Grove 

New Bellsville 

Elkinsville 


Novembe'14, 1894. 
November 14,1894. 


John Turpen 


November 14, 1894. 


Elijah Chandler 




November 14,1894. 


Calvin Eddy 


Elkinsville 


December 14. 1894. 


LinzeyM.Neal 


Elkinsville 

Elkinsville 


June 13, 1895. 


John B.Calvin . 


Augusts, 1895. 









186 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 
CAEKOLL COUNTY. 



NAME. 



POSTOFFICE. 



Date of Commission. 



William Gerrard, Jr 
John Fry 

Benjamin F. Davis . 
Isaac M. Ferguson . 
Joshua M. Hendrix 
Ezariah Jones . . . 
JohnC.Harmun . . 
Leon Caster .... 
George Deel 
Francis M. Pitman . 
John H. Julius . . . 
David Kuhn . . . 
John Salisberry . . 
Daniel H. Schnepp , 
John A. Jones . . . 
Arthur Gilliam . . . 
C. P. Jackson . . . 
Jacob Harshbarger . 
Chas.H. Wirick . . 
Nelson Pumel . . . 
David J. Hardy . . 
William Mundy . . 
F. W. Krounn . . . 



L-Dckport . 
Lockport . 
Burlington 
Darwin . . 
Darwin . . 
Kossville . 
Delphi . . 
Delphi 
Rockfield . 
Cutler . . . 
Rossville . 
Camden . .- 
Flora . . . 
Radnor . . 
Oekley . . 
Flora . . . 
Bringhorst 
Rockfield . 
Burrows 
Deer Creek 
Deer Creek 
Deer Creek 
Rock Creek 



November 15, 
November 15, 
November 15, 
November 15, 
November 15, 
November 15, 
November 15, 
November 15, 
November 15, 
November 15, 
November 15, 
November 15, 
November 15, 
November 15, 
November 15, 
November 15, 
November 15, 
November 15, 
November 15, 
Movember 23, 
Aprils, 1895. 
June 7. 1895. 
December 12, 



1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 



1895. 



CASS COUNTY. 



James T. Bryer . . 
David Laing . . 
Frank Hight 
Samuel Mcl-frable 
Robert F. \IcKee 
James F. Fry 
Wm. H. Buieaman 
James W. Cree . . 
Levi A. Price 
John Hoover, Jr . 
Samuel McCoy 
Joseph S. St. Clair 
Edward Whitefield 
Daniel J. Remley. 
Ewan Fording. . . 
John Hitchens . . 
John Symons . . . 
Wm.Tubbs ... 
fl. M.Voorhis. . . . 
T.M.Oliver. ... 
Thomas Dillard. . , 

Fahn Haas 

Harvey J. Culver . 
Allen Oyler . , 

Stephen A, Guthrie 
James Atwood . . , 
J. H. Walters . . . , 
A.J.Wilson . . . . 

Wm. Booher 

0. M. Barnard . . 



Logansport .... 
Logansport . . . . 
Logansport . . . 
Meltea. . . . . . 

Meltea 

Royal Centre , . . 
Royal Centre . . . 

Deacon 

Young America . . 
Twelve Mile. . . . 

Hoovers 

Clymers 

Lucerne 

Lucerne 

Lake Cicott .... 
Lake Cicott .... 

Galveston 

Lincoln 

New Waverly . . . 
Adamsboro .... 
Logansport .... 

Onward 

Walton 

Walton 

LogaBsport .... 
Logansport .... 
Eel Township . . . 
Jefferson Township 
Tipton Township . 
Locansport .... 



November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16. 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
June 19, 1895. 
June 19, 1895. 
September 16, 
September 26, 



1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1S94 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1891 
1894 



1895. 
1896. 



187 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 

CLARK COUNTY. 



i NAME. 


POSTOFFICE. 


Date of Commission. 




JeflFereonville 

Jeffersonville 

Jeffersonville 

Jeffersonville 


November 14, 1894. 




November 14, 1894. 




November 14, 1894. 




November 14, 1894. 


Wm T McKinley . . . 


November 14, 1894. 


John W Lovell • • . 




November 14, 1894. 


William Gray 


Nabb 

Watson 


November 14, 1894. 


Tilford Prather 


November 14, 1894. 




November 14, 1894. 






November 14, 1894. 


Alex. P. Neville 


Henryville 


November 14, 1894. 




November 14, 1894. 


Rufus T A Harris 




November 14,1894. 




Sellersburg 

Memphis 

Memphis. 

Bennettsville 


November 14,1894. 


Wm.T. Weir • 


November 14, 1894. 
November 14,1894. 


Valentine Strobel 


November 14,1894. 
November 14, lt'94. 




Jeffersonville 

Jeffersonville 


November 22, 1894. 




November 22, 1894. 


Ephriam Kergivin 


November 24, 1894. 


Underwood 

Memphis 

Jeffersonville Township . . 

Oarr Township 

Solon 


December 8, 1894. 




December 8. 1894. 




December 11, 1894. 


W. A. Combs . 

E. T. Fifer 


January 4, 1895. 
April 3, 1895. 




Henryville 


June?, 1895. 


F. A Bowen 


September 25, 1895. 






Decembers. 1895. 


E C. Martin 


Wood Township 

Jeffersonville 


April 14, 1896. 


Geo. Q. Hall 


June 8, 1896. 



CLAY COUNTY. 



John J. Scott 

John C. Britton 
Sylvester E. Couch . . 
Farmer J. James . . 
Henry N Pierce . . 
Cornelius J. Grider . 
Jacob Huffman .... 
Benjamin R. Richards 

Henry Moss 

Warren M. Campbell 
Samuel T. L. Miles . . 
William Willen . . . 
Jesse A. Starke . . . . 
August Bredurg . . 

Amos Crist 

David U. Lawson . . . 
Owen Quigley . . . . 
Simon P. Rhinehart . 
Aaron J. Saunders . 
Joseph H. Blower . . 
Calvin Presnell . . . 
George R. Shutz . . . 
Joseph H. Blower . . 
Thomas MeGriff 
James Girton . . . . 
Maurice Markle . . 
James M. Anderson . 
Howard Eokles . . . . 
George H Barker . . 
William Christian . . 



Brazil 

Brazil 

Brazil 

Brazil 

Turner 

Cloverdale 

Brazil 

Perth 

Bowling Green . . . . 

Bowling Green 

Bowling Green 

Hoosierville 

Coffee 

Coffee 

Cery 

Knightsville 

Harmony 

Clay City 

Clay City 

Carbon 

Center Point 

Brazil 

Carbon 

Cory 

Lena 

Harrison Township . . . 
Posey Township ... . - 
Van Buren Township . 
Dick Johnson Township 
Clifty 



November 14, 1894. 
November It, 1894. 
November 14, 1894. 
November 14. 1894. 
November 14, 1894. 
November 14, 1894. 
November 14, 1894. 
November 14,1394. 
November 14, 1894. 
Novembtr 14,1894. 
November 14, 1894. 
November 14, 1894. 
November 14, 1894. 
November 14, 1894. 
November 14, 1894. 
November 14, 1894. 
November 14, 1894. 
November 14,1894. 
November 14, 1894. 
November 14, 1894. 
November 14, 1894. 
November 17, 1894. 
November 19, 1894. 
November 23, 1894. 
November 23. 1894. 
December 7. 1894. 
December 15, 1894. 
December 26, 1894. 
September 7, 1895. 
November 11, 1895. 



188 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— ContiDued. 
CLINTON COUNTY. 



NAME. 



POSTOFFICE. 



])ate of Commission. 



Nelson W. Cosner. . . 
Edward Kraimer . . . 
Joel W. Harland . . . 
Obadiah (iunkle . . . 
James Maskell • . . 
Henry (J. Robertson . 
William B.Lee. . . . 

Daniel Sharp 

William L. Brown . . 
Arthur McMindes. . . 
Hiram C. Allen . . . 
Thomas Irons. . . . 
James C. Norris. . . 
John M. MeCarty . 
Benjamin N. Waddle. 
Thomas II. Merrill.. . 
Jacob 8. Van why . . 
John A. McLelend . . 
John H. Pox . . . . 
Samuel C. Tarr . . 
Abel T.Heavilon . . 
Timothy Oornelison . 

Samuel Kygrer 

Nichoal S. Buck . . . 
Henry Hatfield 
Adolphus Heaton. . . 
George W. Bobbins . . 
Joseph B. Wallace . . 
Frank M. Dale . . . . 
Henry T. Jones . . . . 
Solomon Murray . . . 
Theodore Colcord. . . 

Perry Boyce 

Edgar S. Young. . . . 
Morgan C. Frazier 
Selden B. Bliss . . . 
John B. 'iildersleeve . 



Frankfort 

Frankfort ........ 

Frankfort 

Rossville 

Rossville 

Frankfort 

Frankfort 

Cambria 

Sedalia 

Colfax 

Colfax 

Cyclone 

Kirklin 

Kirklin . .- 

Miehigantown. . . 

Mi''higantown 

Miehigantown 

Sfircleville 

Hillsburg 

Jefferson 

Jefferson 

Killmore 

Frankfort 

Mulberry 

Forest 

Russiaville 

Piekard's Mill 

Kirklin 

Middle Fork 

Middle Fork 

Owen Township. . . . 
Ru^ar Creek Township 

Boyleston 

Colfax .... 
Kirklin Township. . . 
Perry Township .... 
Pickard 



November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10,1894. 
November 10,1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November lO, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10,1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10,1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November m. 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10. 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10, H94. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 21, 1894. 
November 21, 1894. 
March 14, 1895 
December 9, 1895. 
March 21. 1896. 
June 5. 1896 
June 23, 1896. 



CRA.WFORD COUNTY. 



Green berry S Ott . . . . 

John D. Shaffer 

Raymond D Adams . . . 

Robert F.Mills 

Jeremiah Batman . . . . 

Henry J. Green 

John W, Tower . . . . . 
William E..Jenner. . . . 
IsaHc Bullington . . . 
William H. Cunningham, 

Martin J. Brown 

William Jones 

Allen B. Tucker 

Peter F. Newton . . . . 
Wallace W. Pavey . . . . 
Luther Thompson . . . . 

Hiram B. Meylin 

Martin R. Pearson . . 
Marion Archibald . . . . 
David A. Doolittle . . . . 

William Love 

James R. KIlis 

Daniel A. Cummings . . . 



Leavenworth 

Leavenworth 

Leavenworth 

Pilot Knob 

Milltown 

Marengo 

Marengo 

Mareneo 

Taswell 

Enelish 

Engli h 

Riceville 

Eckerty 

Eckerty 

Mifflin 

West Fork 

Alton 

Alton 

Alton , . 

Leavenworth 

Fredonia 

Whisky Run Township 
Ohio Township .... 



November 14 
November 14 
November 14 
November 14 
November 14 
Novembi-r 14 
November 14 
November 14 
November 14 
November 14 
November 14 
(May 20, 1895 
November 14 
November 14 
November 14 
November 14 
November 14 
November 14 
November 14, 
November 23, 
November 23, 
December 31, 
June 7, 1895. 



,1894 
1894 
,1894 
,1894 
, 1894 
,1894 
,1894 
,1894 
,1894 
1894 
,1894 

, 1894 
1894, 
1894 
1894 

,1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894. 



i89 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



DAVIESS COUNTY. 



NAME. 


POSTOFFICE. 


Date of Commission. 




Smiley 

Raglesville 


November 10, 1894. 


Marshal Pate 


November 10, 1894. 


Elias Stone 


November 10, 1894. 




November 10, 1894. 




Elnora 


November 10, 1894. 




November 10, 1894. 


Jacob H. Seifert 




November 10, 1894. 


Odon 


November 10, 1894. 


Thomas S.Wirts 

Sylvester C. Guthrie 

Smith Gaither 


November 10, 1894. 


Odon 

Washington 


November )0, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 


Robert B.Wallace 


November 10, 1894. 


Alfordsville 

Alfordsville 


November 10, 1894. 




November 10, 1894. 




November 10. 1894. 




Monteomery. ..,..•• 
Montgomery 


November 10, 1894. 




November 10, 1894. 






November 10, 1894. 


William H Kendall - . 




November 10, 1894. 






November 10, 1894. 




AVashington 


September 5, 1895. 




December 14, 1895. 




Reeve Township 


March 19, 1896. 







DEARBOKN COUNTY. 



John Probst 

Cyrus H. Akers . . . 
Henry J. Smith .... 
John E. Baker .... 
Benjamin R. Bruce. . 
Ruesell S. True . . . 
Wm. L. Edwards . . . 
James M. Benson. . . 

Azel Hank 

Armor S. Peck .... 

James BpH 

James W. Bailey , . . 
David Hess . . . 

Josiah Can-.pbell . . . 

Alger I'arling 

Wm. P. Heustis . . . 
Wm.T. Wilber .... 
George Osborn .... 
Sebastian Stemmbo. 
Moses S. Pickelheimer 

0. M, Loyd 

Omar F. Roberts " . . 



Lawrenceburg. . 
Lawrenceburg. . 
Aurora. 

Aurora 

Aurora. 

Wright's Corner. 
Manchester . . . 
Harrison, . . . 

Bright 

Crozier 

Crozier. .... 
Dillsboro .... 
Dillsboro . . . 

Guilford 

Kennedy 

Sparta 

Aurora 

Aurora. .... 
Kelso Township. 
Aurora. 

Sparta Township 
Center Township 



November 10, 1895. 
November 10, 1895. 
November 10.1895. 
November 10, 1895. 
November 10, 1895. 
November 10, 1895. 
November 10, 1895. 
November 10, 1895. 
November 10, 1895. 
November 10, 1895. 
November 10, 1895. 
November 10, 1895. 
November 10, 1895. 
November 10, 1895. 
November 10, 1895. 
November 10, 1895. 
November 10, 1895. 
November 10,1895. 
December 14, 1895. 
December 21. 1895. 
January 10. 1896. 
March 16, 1896. 



190 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 

DECATUR COUNTY. 




NAME. 


POSTOFFICE. 


Date of Commission. 


Hugh Brison 

Francis W. Sisco 


Greensburg 


November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
Nevember 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
December 10 1894 




Thomas G. Power 

Qoorge M. Scheidler 


Greensburg 




John B. Gentry 






John Castor 


New Point 




John Marlin 




Wm. M.Cullough 


Westport 

Lett's Corner 

Clifty . .- 




Harrisi n Brown 




John W. Burney 






William L. Miller 


St. Paul 

Adams 




Edmund H. Walker 




Daniel Thorp 






Wm.C. Roszell 

Nathan T. Woodruff 


Sandusky 

Forest Hill 




John C. Arnold 


Alert 

Clarksburg 

Clarksburg 

Washington Township . . . 
Sand Creek Township . . . 




John Young 




Almon S. Creath 






July 11 1895 









DEKALB COUNTY. 



Jacob Walborn . . . 
Cyrus C. Walters . . . 
Martin L. HofiFman . . 
Aaron Hartman. . . . 
D. W.Weitze .... 
Isaac M. Deihl .... 
George Skelton .... 
Daniel Stohm . ... 
Nathan Crassley . . . 
Edmon Van Fleet . . 
Henry A. Potter . . 
Henry Aldrich ... 
John Wilson .... 

John Musser 

James V. McBride . . 
Peter D Graham . . . 
Elia« Fisher . . . 

Horace C Squires . . 
John M. Henderson . 
John Clark . . 
Henry Fridenberger . 
Charles R. Reed . . . 
George W. Woodcox . 
David Stahl . ... 
Daniel D Diehl. . . . 
James W. Zimmerman 
Jacob ChristoflFel . . . 
Philip Noel . . . 

George E. Gage . . 
John M. Henderson 
Frederick April. . . . 
D.W. Steward . . . 



Auburn 

Auburn 

New Era 

Sedan 

Arctic 

Butler 

Arctic 

Fairfield Center. . . 
Fairfield Center. . . 

Garrett 

Butler 

Butler 

Butler 

Butler 

Waterloo 

Auburn 

Garrett City 

Auburn 

Auburn 

Waterloo 

Butler 

Waterloo 

St. Joe 

Ashley 

Butler 

Smithfield Township 
Auburn ... 

Butler Township . . 
Keyser Township . . 

Spencerville 

Stafford Township. . 
Butler 



November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14,1894 
November 20, 1894 
November 20, 1894 
November 20, 1894 
November 20, 1894 
November 20, 1894 
November 20, 1894 
November 20, 1894 
November 20, 1894. 
November 20, 1894. 
November 20, 1894 
November 20, 1894 
November 23, 1894 
December 7,1894 
December 7,1894 
December 14, 1894 
February 25, 1895. 
July 30. 1895. 
September 18, 1895 
March 18, 1896. 
March 19, 1896. 
April 27, 1896. 
June 24, 1896. 



191 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



DELAWARE COUNTY. 



NAME. 



POSTOPFICE. 



Date ok Commission. 



Barrington Behymer 




November 5, 1894. 


tVilliam B. Pierce 

Samuel A. Cornelius 


Cross Roads 


November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894 


ihomas •] . Applegate 

Samuel J. Brown 


Cam mack ... 


November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 


Marion E. Gary 




November 10 1894 


Solomon Hiatt 


Stout 


November 10, 1894 


VTilliam Brown 


Gaston 


November 10, 1894. 


Clarence H. Bloodgood 




November 10,1894. 


Richard A. Cray 


Oakville 


November 10, 1894. 


George \V. Himes 




November 10,1894. 


[eaac H. Gray. 




November 10, 1894 


John B. Moreland 




November 10, 1('94 


Jeremiah Gerrard 




November 10, 1894 


Henry Snider 




November 10, 1894. 


A'homas J. Mansfield 

Joseph Martin 


Rogerton 

Shideler 

Eaton 

Eaton 

New Burlington 

Blountsville 

Selma 


November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894 


David H.Holdren 

?imon Sherry 


November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10,1894. 
November 10 1894 




Charles H.Clark 

William Bailey 


November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894 


Vlartin Phillips 




November 10, 1894 


John A. Dowell 




November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894 


John W. Friar 


De Soto 


Walter M. Berry 




November 10, 1894 


Carson M. Mann 


Albany 

Union Township 


November 10 1894. 


William H.Younts 


October 4, 1895. 



DUBOIS COUNTY. 



fohn N. Howe . . . 
Tohn W. Hay.s 
Frederick G. Munkel 
jeorge W. Hoskins . 
tVilliam A. Kellams 
William N. Curry . 

?rank Fink 

Cobias Zneller ... 
3enj. J. Maudlin . . 
ilenry Bradley . . . 
fountain Belcher . 
3avid M.Nelson 
fohn C. Deinderfer 
fonathan W. Ray . 
ilobertKeimp . . . 
Vlbert Baker .... 
3yrug Norris . . . 
?rank J. Drash . . . 
ileuben F. Bates 
lyilliam M. Harris . 
idmund C. Johnson 



Crystal 

Crystal 

Portersville .... 

otwell 

Ireland 

Duff 

Jasper 

Jasper 

Ellsworth 

Mentor 

Birdseye 

Birdseye ... 

St. Anthony .... 

Kyana 

Holland 

Holland 

St. Henry 

Patoka Township . 
Jefferson Township 
Boone Township . 
Patoka Township . 



November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10,1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
December 14. 1894 
March 27. 189=^. 
March 27. 1895. 
April 15, 1898. 



192 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 
ELKHAKT COUNTY. 




Isaiah Violett. . . 
Swegler Young . . 
George W. Hattle. . 
Darwin H. Johnson. . 

0. A. Reed 

Jacob P eiffer . . 
Victor D. Smith. • • • 
George W. Nusbaum . 
Daniel W. Berkey . . 
Jiihn L. Juday 
Daniel J. Miller. . . . 
Alonzo Blue. . . 

David Snively .... 
Frai cis M. Corns 
Lewis K. Chamberlain 
Wm. H. Atkinson. . . 
Frank Brussaw .... 

Amos Clnrk 

Wm.H. Thorn . . 
John M. Blocker . . . 
Daniel Smeltzer . . . 
Wm.H. Smith . . . 
Edwin D. F' ster . . . 
Alfred Sanders .... 
Milton A. Weaver. . . 
Andrew J. Pickering . 
Martin Weaver .... 
Richard Terwillager . 
John W. Albin . . 

Samuel Grosh 

Franklin Juday . . . 
Erastus E. Gary . . . 
Daniel E. Long . . . . 
Alfred Sanders 
Solomon H. Miller . . 
John W. Bliss. . . . 
Harrison Miller. . . . 

John M. Kehr 

James A. Juday. . . . 
M.J. Nutting 



Goshen 

Goshen 

Goshen 

Bristol 

Bristol. 

Middleburg .... 
Middleburg .... 

Wakarusa 

Goshen 

Middleburg .... 
Middleburg .... 
Benton ...... 

Benton 

Nappanee 

Nappanee 

Elkhart 

Elkhart 

Vistula 

Vistula 

Wakarusa .... 

Wakarusa 

Elkhart 

Elkhart 

Elkhart 

New Paris 

New Paris 

Naiipanee 

Nappanee 

Nappanee 

Goshen 

Goshen 

Clinton Township. 
York Town.'-hip _ . 
Concord Township 
Union Township . 
Osdla Township . . 

Elkhart 

Harrison Township 
Millersburg .... 
Bristol 



November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
Novfmberl6, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1891. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16,1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 21, 1894. 
November 21, 1894. 
November 21, 1894. 
November 21, 1894. 
November 21, 1894. 
November 21, 1894. 
November 21, 1894. 
November 21, 1R94. 
Noveinber 21, 1894. 
November 21, 1894. 
December 15, 1891. 
December 21, 1894. 
January 24, 1895. 
February 13, 1895. 
April 6, 1895. 
August 19, 1895. 
September 26, 1895. 
June 17, 1895. 
September 4, 1896. 



FA.YETTE COUNTY. 



John W. Hannah . . 
James M. Waldrip . 
Preston Gates 
Probasco Thomas. . 
David Schfill 
Branson Frazier . . 
BerJHrain F. Rea . . 
James H. Dearmond 
Albert Ficklin . . . 
Thoma' Sawyer. 
Joshua Leach. . . . 



Connersville 

Connersville 

Connersville 

Harrisburg 

Connersville 

Everton . . 

Bentonville 

Urange. . . 

Fairview. . 

Columbia 

Connersville 



November 10, 
Novemi er 10, 
November 10, 
November 10, 
November 10, 
November 10, 
November 10, 
November 10, 
November 10, 
November 10, 
December 13, 



1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 



FLOYD COUNTY. 



Lawrence B. Huckeby 
John J. Richards . . . 
Joseph Keehner. . . . 



New Albany. 
New Albany, 
New Albany. 



November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 



193 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



FOUNTAIN COUNTY. 



NAME. 



POSTOFFICB. 



Date op Commission. 



Henry J. Elolman . . 
John P. Davidson . . 
Clarence M. Vancleve 
David T. Oliver . . . 
Edward Greenley 
Thomas D. tJlascock . 
James B.Twiddy . . 
Orlando Vanhook . . 
William H. Lindley . 
Barnabas Brown 
William A.Tipton . . 
James W. Morgan . . 
Henry Waggoner . . . 
Thomas D. Glascock . 
Orleason Arter . . 

George W. Martin . . 
W. F. Gerhard . . . . 



Wallace 

Hillsboro ..... 

Hillsboro 

Yeddo 

Coal Creek . . 
Coal Creek .... 
Richland Township 

Covington 

Cates 

Rob Roy . . 
Troy Township . . 
Davis Township . 
Fulton Township . 
Jackson Township . 
Richland Township 
Covington .... 
Mellott 



November 19, 1894 
November ly, P94 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19.1894 
December 7, 1894. 
December?. 1894. 
December 12. 1894. 
February 2. 1895. 
March 28, 189.=.. 
March 12, 1896. 
March 18. 1896. 
June 11, 1896. 
June 11,1896. 



FEANKLIN COUNTY. 



Samuel P. Whiteman 
John V. Swift . . . , 
Wilbur Logan . . . , 
Theodore H. Brown 
Henry Pulskamp . . , 
John P. Hanna . . . . 
Francis Knecht • . 
Julius C. Burgoyne 
William A. Stowe . , 
William S. Kaler . . 
Casper M. Gaupel . . 
Isaac K Lee . . . . , 
Isaiah Knowles . . . 
John Doty . . , 

William J. Waldorf . 
Isaac N. Gustin . . , 



Bath 

Blooming Grove . . 

Brookville 

Brookville 

Haymond 

Fairfield 

Knecht 

Laurel 

Metamora 

Andersonville . . . 

Oldenburg 

Hamburg 

Mt. Carmel 

Rockdale 

Springfield Township 
Metamora 



November 17, 
November 17, 
November 17, 
November 17, 
November 17, 
November 17, 
November 17, 
November 17, 
November 17, 
November 17, 
November 17, 
November 17. 
November 17, 
November 17, 
June 14, is-gs. 
Junes, 1896. 



1891. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 



FULTON COUNTY. 



Charles Gross . . . 
Ambrose O'Brien . 
John Gordine, Sr ■ 
William Finley. . . 
James H. .Johnson . 
Kline G. Shryock 
John E. Troutman . 
John Beck . ... 
George H. Beeber . . 
Samuel N.Shesler . 
Oscar F. Johnson . . 
William H. Baugher 
Patrick Kelly. . . . 
Horace C. Long . . . 



Blue Grass . . . 
Grass Creek . . 
Kewanna .... 
Kewanna . . . 
Leiter's Ford . . 
Rochester .... 
Ro' hester .... 

Fulton 

Tiosa 

Akron 

Grant 

Bloomingsburgh 
Wayne Township 
Rochester .... 



November 16,1894 
Noveu^ber 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16,1894 
November 16, 1S94 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
June 5, 1895. 
January 15, 1896. 



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13— Sec. State. 



194 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE-Continued. 



GIBSON COUNTY. 



NAME. 



P03T0FFICE. 



Date of Commission. 



John Wilhelm . . 
John W. McParland 
John Cottrell .... 
George W. Sampson 
George W. Davis 
George W.Trible . . 
Nathan Tomlinson . 
Alfred C. Williams . 
Frank Mauck. . . 
Francis Knowles . . 
Henry Gieseke . . . 
William H. Thorn . 
Bastil T. Williams . 
Chris. C. Gilmore . . 
Andrew J. Wright . 
James A. Sprowl . . 
David C. Diver . . . 
Hermann Buskuhl . 
James P. Ferres . . 
John R. Meek. . . . 
Levi Newman . . . 
J. C.B.Miller . . 



Oakland City 
Oakland City 
Oakland City 
Francisco ■ . 
Ft. Branch . 
Haubstadt . . 
Ft. Branch . 
Owensville . 
Owensville . 
Owensville . 
Princeton . . 
Hazelton . . 
Seigert . . . 
Seigert . . . 
Princeton . . 
Princeton . . 
Princeton . . 
Buckskin . . 
Mackie . . . 
Francisco . . 
Haubstadt. . 
Somerville . 



November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
September 
October 7, 
October 17, 



17, 1894 
17, 1894 
17, 1894 
17. 1894 
17, 1894 
17, 1894 
17, 1894 
17,1894 
17, 1894 
17. 1894 
17, 1894 
17, 1894 
17, 1894 
17, 1894 
17, 1894 
17, 1894 
17, 1894 
20, 1894 
20, 1894 
19. 1894 
1894. 
1894. 



GRANT COUNTY. 



Samuel M. Grandy . . 
Elihu J. Coombs . . . 
John G. King . ... 
William G. Holman . 
William Coates . . . . 
Robert J. Andrew . . 
Willis H. Todd . . . . 

John Sherren 

Alfred Pugh . . . 
William A. Gourley . 
Zenas M. Powell . . . 

John Rybolt 

Isaac Smith 

James Burns 

J.R. Wilson 

George Peterson . . . 
Andreville B. Huater 
Joel 0. Duling . . . 
Joseph A. Roberts . . 
John F. Jones .... 
Wm. Vardaman . . 
William Shepherd 
John T. Kimbrough 
Alexander Fink . 
Quincy A. Brookfeil . 
Lemuel Johnson . . . 
John D. Titnony . . . 
Wilbur F. Wheadon . 
David W. Hay worth . 
Gurney Lindley . 

Amos L. Cray 

David Taylor .... 
James T. Barton ■ . 
Isaac R. Lee 



Marion ........ 

Landsville 

Sweetser 

Marion 

Marion 

Marion 

Arcana 

Arcana 

Upland 

Upland 

Point Isabel 

Point Isabel 

Swayzee 

Roseburgh 

Roseburgh 

Marion 

Gas City 

Fairmount 

Fairmount 

Fairmount , 

Jalapa 

Jonesboro *. 

Marion 

Converse 

Meier , 

Swayzee 

Center Township . . 
Van Buren Township , 

Marion 

Fairmount Township , 

Gas City 

Monroe Township. . , 
Van Buren Township 
Swayzee 



November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15,1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15. 1894, 
November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15. 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 20, 1894 
November 21, 1894 
November 21, 1894 
February 6, 1895. 
June 15, 1895. 
October 30, 1895. 
December 4, 1895. 
March 6. 1896. 
-March 13, 1896. 
May 4, 1896. 
May 16, 1896. 
July 27, 1896. 



195 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



GREENE COUNTY. 



& NAME. 


POSTOFFICEi 


Date of Commission. 


James K. Baxter 


Bloomfield 


November 14. 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14. 1894 
December?. 1894. 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14. 1894 




Joseph H. Laughlin . . 

George NV. McElroy 


Bloomfield 

Scotland 

Bloomfield 

Newberry 

Newberry 




William T. Haines 




W.O. C. Deck 
















James M. Burch 

Eseliiel Fields 


Cincinnati 

Cincinnati 




Jharles W. Colland 

Benjamin F. Watkins 


Solsberry 

McVille 




CalvertHville 

Worthinston 












David B. Taylor 


Midland 




Lumy tt. Chapman 




Linton 

Linton . 
























David A. Foster 

Edward N. Beck 


Wortbington 

Wortbington 

Wortbington . 

Switz City 




James L. Harris 

John W. Gray 










Andrew M. Henney 


Fairplay Township 


December?. 1894. 
October 22. 1895. 




Bloomfield . 

Bloomfield 

Newberry 


April 21, 1896. 




September 22, 1896. 
September 15, 1896. 


Lafe Scott 





HAMILTON COUNTY. 



Harvey Briggs .... 
Ananias Guy ... 
G. W. Roudybush . . 
Alfred Frstze .... 
Samuel Bussel .... 

Wm. Lowther 

John W. Hutchison. 
John R. Collins. . . . 

Scott Godby 

Samuel W. Moore. . . 
Abfl E. Garris . . 

Daniel C. Qimason . . 

Wm. N.Wise 

Wm. Bolton 

Saifauel W. Cook . . . 
Edwin C. Barrett . . 

Wm. Quear , 

Wm. Martz ■ . . 

Archibald Q. Bowman 
Wm. L. Moore .... 

T.D.Mills 

J. A. Matthews ■ ■ . 



Jackson Township . . . . 
Jackson Township . . . . 

Wayne Township 

Wayne Township 

Nobiesville Township. . . 
Noblesville Township. . . 
Washington Township . . 

Clay Township 

Clay Township 

Adams Township 

Fall Creek Township . . . 
Fall Creek Township . 
Delaware Township. . . . 
Delaware Township. . . . 

Adams Township 

Adams Township 

White River Township . . 
Jackson Township . . . . 

Hortonville 

Strawtown. 

Joliettville 

Noblesville 



November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14. 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14. 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 19, 
November 20, 
November 20, 
November 23, 
December 12, 
December 19, 
December 20, 
June 22, 1896. 



1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 



i 



196 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



HANCOCK COUNTY. 



NAME. 



POSTOFPICE. 



Date of Commission. 



EliO.Catt 

Chester Tyner. . . . 
John Wilkinson 
John Wesley Smith. 
James B. Johnson . 
Adam T. Brown. . . 
James B. Collins 
John R. Williams. . 
Joseph S. Franklin . 
Newton R. Spencer . 
William H.Alger. . 
William R. Ferrell . 
James M. Trueblood 
John W. Reeves. . . 
Sylvanus C. Staley . 
David Hudson 
Adam P. Hogle . . 
Isaac H. Day . ■ . . 
QuiQcy A.Wright. . 
Henry Shore . . . 
Monroe Shore .... 



Westland .... 
Morristown . . „ 
Wilkinson ... 
Warrington . . . 
Carrolton .... 
Greenfield. . . . 
Mt. Comfort . . 

Mohawk 

Maxwell 

Greenfield .... 
Greenfield .... 

Eden 

Eden. . . . 

Maple Valley . . 
Charlottsville . . 
Philadelphia . . 
New Palestine. . 
McCordsville 

Portville 

Fortville 

Vernon Township 



November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19. 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894, 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
March 16, 1895. 



HARBISON COUNTY. 



John Marsh 
Armstrong Hughes 
C. B. L. Steepleton . . 
Stephen H. Hurst. . . 
George P. Love .... 
James W. Rhodes . . 
FinleyBixter . . 

Francis M. Hardin . . 
Daniel W.Neeley . . 
Reuben Bartley. . . . 
John McKinney . . 
Lyman C. Winders . . 
Jacob Schneider . . . 
Emmette Reagan . . . 
William H. Watson . 
Andrew J. McMonigal 
James M. Sherrill . . 
John Hilderbrand . . 

Elbert Murr 

Thomas J. Stevens . . 
Philip Heuger ... 
Charles Byerley . . . 

Thomas Reep 

.lasper N. Brown . . . 
Reuben Mason 
Francis M. Routh. . . 
Adam L.Crecelius . . 
Henry Vogt . . 

James Bowman . . . 
Jacob S. Homer. . . 
John G. Cline .... 

Philip Heuser 

Sidney G.Tuell. . . . 
JohnH.Peiock . . . 
Jesse C. Lamb . . 



Corydon . . . . . 

Corydon 

Corydon 

Laconia 

Laconia 

Crisp Roads . . . . 
Mauckport . . . . 
Mauckport . . . . 
Mauckport . . . . 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth . . . . 
New Middletown . 
New Middletown . 
New Middletown . 
Valley City . . . 
New Amsterdam . 

De Pauw 

Moberly 

Crandall 

Ramsey 

Ramsey 

Bradford 

Convenience . . . 
Evans Landing . . 

Hancock 

Idlewild 

New Middletown . 

Crandall 

Lanesville 

Scott Township _ . 
Jackson Lownship 
Posey Township . 
Morgan Township 
Corydon , 



November 16, 
November 16. 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
November 16, 
December 11, 
March 6, 1895. 
December 24, 
September 8, 
September 10, 



1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894, 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1891 
1894 
1894 
1894 

1895 
189f 
1896, 



197 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



HENDRICKS COUNTY. 



NAME, 



POSTOFFIOB. 



Date of Commission, 



Allen Hayden . . . 
Harvey C. Henry . . 
Seth T. Huron . . . 
Daniel S. Barker . . 
Eli Johnson .... 

Ellis Carter 

James I. Wills . . . 
A. R. Glover . . . 
John W. McCormack 
Perry West . . . 
William Y. Turner . 
John W. Griffith . . 
Thomas W. Bowen . 
Jesse C. Pike ... 
George L. Leak . . . 
William Leach . . . 
William B. Everett 
J. W.Lowder . . . 
Thomas Mendenhall 



Danville . . . . 
Danville . . . . 

Avon 

Toll Gate . . . . 
Plainfield . . . . 
Plainfield . . . . 

Clayton 

Clayton 

Cartersburg . . 
New Winchester 
Brownsburg . . 
Brownsburg . . 
Coatesville . . . 
Maplewood . . . 

Lizton 

Lizton 

Brownsburg . . 
Brownsburg . . 
Amo 



November 17, 1894 
November 17, 1894 
November 17, 1894 
November )7, 1894 
November 17, 1894 
November 17, 1894 
November 17, 1894 
November 17, 1894 
November 17. 1894 
November 17, 1894, 
November 17, 1894, 
November 17, 1894 
November 27, 1894 
November 27, 1894 
November 28, 1894 
November 28, 1894 
November 28, 1894 
November 28. 1894 
August 3, 1895. 



HENRY COUNTY. 



Silas D. Christner. . . 

Lewis Snider 

John S. Edwards . . . 
Elisha M. Hanby . . . 
Levi M.Keesling . . . 
Loring Luellen .... 
Henry Smith .... 
Thomas J. Johnson. 
Josiah Needham . . . 

Adam Shook 

Amos Ballard .... 
Chester C. Hudelson . 
Emanuel Pearson. . . 
John W. Dunbar . . . 
Robert JeflFries .... 
David Wagoner. . . 
Artie L. Alshouse. . . 
Noah McCnrmack. . . 
William Reynolds . . 

C. W. WigKs 

Jacob Stevens. ... 
John A.Menefee. . . 
Frank Keough .... 

Jehu M. Craig 

John M. Forbes. . . . 
Milton Peden - . . 
Bolandus J. C. Bird 
Alcander A. Chadwick 
Phillip Shively .... 
Scott A. Lewis .... 
Robert Adams . . . 
James L. Walkins . . 



Moreland 

Moreland 

Honey Creek . . . 
Middletown . . . 
Mechanicsburg . . 
Blountsville. . . . 
New Castle .... 
New Castle .... 
New Castle .... 
New Lisbon ... 
New Lisbon .... 

Dunreith 

Spiceland .... 
Mt. Summit . . . 
New Castle .... 

Sprineport 

Cadiz 

Cadiz 

Lewisville 

Lewisville. . . . 
Sulphur Springs. . 
Sulphur Springs. . 
Greensboro .... 

Kennard 

Knightstown . . . 
Knightstown . . . 
Blountsville. 
Harrison Township 
Prairie Township . 
Mechaniosburg 
Wayne Township . 
New Castle .... 



November 14,1894 
November 14, 1894, 
November 14,1894 
November 14,1894 
November 14,1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14,1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14,1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14,1894 
November 14,1894, 
November 14, 1894, 
November 14, 1894, 
November 14,1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14,1894 
November 14,1894 
November 14,1894 
November 14,1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19. 1894 
January 2, 1895. 
April 17, 1895. 
February 4. 1896. 
March 24, 1896. 
April 18, 1896. 
July 22, 1896. 



198 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



HOWAED COUNTY. 



NAME. 


POSTOFFICE. 


Date of Commission. 


Henry L. Moreland 


Kokomo 


November 14, 1894. 






November 14, 1894 






November 14, 1894 




Kokomo 


November 14, 1894. 


Willis A. Eiken berry 


Bassett 


November 14. 1894. 


Elijah T Spaulding 

Jaseph D. Rose 

William Maudlin 


November 14, 1894. 




November 14, 1894. 


K'ikomo 


November 14,1894. 




West Middletown 

Russiayille 

Russiaville 


November 14, 1894. 




November 14, 1894. 


Orlando A. Glick 


November 14, 1894. 




November 14, 1894. 


W. O.Pifkett 

Wm. R Burton 


Sycamore 


November 14, 1894. 
November 14, 1894. 






November 14, 1894. 


John Stifflen 

L. M.Woodruff 

John Clingenpeel 


Shanghai 

New London 


November 14, 1894. 
November 14, 1894. 
November 14, 1894. 


Oakford 


November 14, 1894. 


Emerson Jester 

Luther S. Ware 

Jonathan Benton Straughn 

Daniel J. Kudy 

Henry Loop 


Jerome 

West Liberty 

Union Township 

Union Township 

Howard Township 


November 14, 1894. 
November 14, 1894. 
March 13, 1896. 
March 15, 1895. 
December 10, 1895. 



HUNTINGTON COUNTY. 



Joseph B. B. Ewart . 
John W. Thorp . . 
Scott Cnle . ' 
Samuel Kilander 
William L. Plasterer 
Jasper Broom .... 
Joseph J. Treviston 
Aaron L.Thompson 
William Shipley . . . 
Heil McKinstry. . . 
John L. Stephen . . 
Abe Miller .... 
Reuben Feightner . 
James F. Summers . 
Luther J. Bobbins . 
Nelson Abbott . . 
Ens'ey Andrew . . . 
Willinm S. Fish. . . 
William .John . ■ . 
William L. Pritchett 
John B. Benbow 
John A. Wood . . . 



Warren 

Plumtree 

Huntington 

Huntington 

Huntington ... 
Rock Creek Center . 
Markle .... 

Monument City . . . 

Andrews 

Andrews 

Andrews 

Simpson 

Mardenis 

Goble-ville 

Roanoke 

Pleasant Plain . . . 

Milo 

River 

Huntington 

Mt. Etna 

Salamonie Township 
Huntington 



November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
December 
January 8, 
August 9, 
August 26, 



15. 1894. 
15, 1894. 
15, 1894. 
15, 189i. 
15, 1894. 
15, 1894. 
15,1894. 
15, 1894. 
15. 1894. 
15, 1894. 
15, 1894. 
15, 1894. 
15, 1894. 
15, 1894. 
15, 1894. 
15,1894. 
15, 1894. 
28, 1894. 
15. 1894. 
1895. 
1895. 
1896. 



199 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



JACKSON COUNTY. 



NAME. 


POSTOPFICE. 


Date of Commission. 






November 10, 1894 




Kurtz 


November 10, 1894. 






November 10, 1894. 






November 10, 1894. 


A.J. D. Thurston 




November 10, 1894. 




Seymour 


November 10, 1894. 


Abel T.Simons 




November 10, 1894. 


TVilliam H. Daly 




November 10, 1894. 




Brownstown 

Brownstown 

Cortland 


November 10, 1894. 


Oeorge H.Krost 


November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894, 




November 10, 1894. 






November 10, 1894 


Daniel B Eddy 




November 10, 1894. 






November 10, 1894. 




Marling 

Crothersville 

Crothersville 


November 10, 1894 


John W. Hamacher 


November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 


William H Shortridge 


November 10, 1894. 






November 10, 1894. 


Uriah Beldon . 


Dudley town 


November 10, 1894. 




Chestnut Bridge 


November 10, 1894 




March 21, 1896 









JASPEE COUNTY. 



William H.Churchhill 
James A. Barnham . . 
James C. Morgan . . . 
George B. Chappell . . 

W.S.Russell 

Nathan J. Reed. . . . 
George B. Antrim. . . 
John Ton .... 

James Wiseman . . . 

Carmi Hayes 

James Lewis 

William J. Henry. . . 
John Finn. .... 
George H. Hollister. . 

James Snyder 

Fred.Saltwell 

Nelson Hays .... 
Edward Lintner . . 
Abraham C. Abbett . . 
James N. Tanner . . . 
Morgan A. Dewey. . . 
Jacob Hannaway . . 
Georee W. Swisher . . 
Joel F. Sprigrgs . . 
Charles E. Harlacher . 
George F. Bloom . . . 
George W. Swisher . . 
Reed Banta 



Rensselaer 

Rensselaer. 

Rensselaer 

Remington 

Remington 

Remington 

DeMotte 

DeMotte 

Virgil 

Fair Oaks 

Valma 

Tefft 

TeflFt 

Kniman 

Kniman 

Z ira 

Wheatfield 

Wheatfield 

Blackford . . 

Rensselaer 

Rensselaer 

Remington 

Remington 

Rensselaer 

Rensselaer 

Rensselaer 

Rensselaer 

Hanging Grove Township. 



November 20, 1894. 
November 20, 1894. 
November 20, 1894. 
November 20, 1894. 
November 20, 1894. 
November 20, 1894. 
November 20, 1894. 
November 20, 1894. 
November 20, 1894. 
November 20, 1894. 
November 20, 1894. 
November 20, 1894. 
November 20, 1894. 
November 20. 1894. 
November 20, 1894. 
November 20, 1894. 
November 20, 1894. 
November 20, 1894. 
November 20, 1894. 
January 5, 1895. 
January 5, 1895. 
January 5, 1895. 
March 8, 1895. 
December 12, 1895. 
December 12, 1895. 
December 12, 1895. 
December 12, 1895. 
July 14, 1896. 



iiOO 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



JAY COUNTY. 



NAME. 



POSTOFFICB. 



Date of Commission. 



"Wm.C.Pyl" . . . 
David R. Williamson 
John Sutton, Sr . . . 
Charles Manor . . . 
Mason Shields . . 
Hammon N. Bishop 
Wm.L.Eberiy 
Chalkley Meredith . 

John Steed 

Samuel E. Munsey . 
Wm. Valentine . . 
ShadrackN. Felts . 
George H. Gravatt . 
Samuel Brunson . . 
Henry C. Staley. . . 
Alexander H. Hines 
Nimrod Headington 
Charles E. Milligan. 
Isaac Simmons . . 
Eli T. HoflFner. , . . 
Wm. F.Smith. . . . 
Elihu Richards . . . 
Eobert (Nonstable . . 
David F. Rants . . - 
Oscar B. Snyder. . . 
Newton G Marks. . 
Martin Litherd . . 
Peter Meyer. . . . 
Andrew J . Ashley . 



Red Key 

Red Key 

Dunkirk. . . . . . 

Dunkirk 

Red Key 

Red Key 

Balbec 

Pennville 

Powers 

New Mt. Pleasant. 

Pony 

Blaine 

Kit 

Polingtown . . . 
Boundary . . . . 

CoUett. 

Portland 

Portland 

Portland 

Bryant. ...... 

Bryant 

Salamonia 

Salem 

Salamonia 

Hector 

Noble Township. , 
New Corydon . . . 
New Corydon . . . 
Pike Township . . 



November 10 
November 10 
November 10 
November 10 
November 10 
November 10 
November 10 
November 10 
November 10 
November 10 
November 10, 
November 1" 
November 10 
November 10 
November 10 
November 10, 
November 10 
November 10 
November 10 
November 10 
November 10< 
November 10 
November 10 
November 10 
November 10 
November 10 
November 10 
November 10 
Junes, 1896. 



,1894 
,1894 
, 1894 
,1894 
,1891 
,1891 
,1894 
,1894 
,1894 
, 1894 
,1894 
,1894 
, 1894 
,1894 
, 1894 
', 1894 
, 1894 
, 1894, 
,1894 
,1894 
i. 1894 
,1894 
,1894 
,1894 
,1894 
.1894 
, 1894 
,1894 



JEFFERSON COUNTY. 



Vincent Cravens . . . . 

John W. Allen 

James D. Porter . . , 
Edward La n ham . . , 
Benjamin F. Vantwerp. 
Levi A. Thornton. . . . 
Leonard D. Spann . . , 
Joseph T. Reynolds. . , 
Joseph G. Officer . . . , 
Joseph Chasteen . . . , 

John Dishinger 

William Officer . . . . 
Rolla U. Speilman . . 
George W. Julian. . . , 
Benjamin F. Harding , 
Joshua Scott Phillips. , 

John Bare 

Charles L. Chapman . , 
Nicholas Jacobs. . . . , 

E.R.Nichols 

James D. Porter . . . , 
Brentano F. Ryker . 



Madison. . , . . . 
North Madison . . 

Manville 

Beecamp 

Hicks 

Hicks 

Haw 

Dupont 

Lancaster 

Deputy 

Graham 

Volga 

Lancaster 

Kent 

Hanover 

Chel.'^ea 

Saluda 

Madison 

Big Creek . . . . , 
Brooksburgh . . , 
Smyrna Township, 
Milton Township . 



November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14,1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14. 1894, 
October 2, 1895, 
April S, 1896. 
June 16. 1896. 



201 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 
JENNINGS COUNTY. 



NAME. 



POSTOFFICE. 



Date of Commission. 



Michnel Bindhammer 

Virgil Baker 

Ernest Langeneck . . 
Joseph E. Arnold . . 
Samuel C. Hambleton 
William L. Morgan . 
Zebulon Tanner . . . 
James T. Gibbons . . 
Alberts. Miller . . . 
Simeon Tobias , . . . 
Thomas Deputy . . . 
Charles Wright . . . 
Michael H. Coryeel . , 
John Buchanan . . . 
IZ.T.Denslow . . . . 

J.M. Rdsh 

J.T.ftibbons 
Edward 0. Clements . 



Zenas .... 
ZeuHS 

North Vernon 
Nebraska 
Butlerville . 
Queensville . 
Scipio . , 

San Jacinto . 
Slate . 
Cana . . . , 
Commiskey 
Paris Crossing 
Brewersville . 
Queensville . . 
Lovett . . . . 
Vernon . . . 
Bigger . . . . 
Columbia . . , 



November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1h94. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
Nuvember 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November )6, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
December 20, 1894. 
December 21, 1894. 
March 6, 1896. 
March 12, 1896. 
March 18, 1896. 



JOHNSON COUNTY. 



James M. Scott . . . 
jJohn W. Garr . . . 
James M. Cottle . . 
(ieorge W. Coleman 
William Matheny . 
James B. Paris . . . 
John Owens, Sr . . , 
John Duokwortb . . , 
Charles E. Brewer . . 
|Franklin S. Records , 
iLoven G. Pritchard 
Abram D. Whitesides 
[Edward Cobb . . . . 
|[i. P. Smiley . . . , 
l^lexander S. Helms , 
iVilliam A. Russell . 
3rlando Furnas . . . 
iJharles L. Graham 
lohn W.Herron . . . 



Stone's Crossing 
Smith's Valley . 
Trafalgar . . . 
Morgantown . . 
Bargersville . . 

Bud 

Franklin . . . . 
Franklin . . . . 
Rocklane . . . . 
Franklin . . . . 
Franklin . . . . 
Franklin . . . . 
Ninevah . . . . 
Ninevah . . . . 
Edinburg . . . . 
Edinburg . . . . 
Rdinburg . . . . 
Whiteland . . . 
Greenwood . . . 



November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November li, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 



1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 



KNOX COUNTY. 



Charles Ruby ... 
Thomas Jones . , 
Daniel K. Smith . 
David Hurst ... 
'ohn Pearce . . 
Thomas W.Dale . , 
Tobn M. Wampler 
InghWelron . , 
foseph Fowee . . . , 
vlahlon J. Stafford 
jl^ohn L. Hogue . . 
iV in field S. Sage . . 
i)liver P. Glenn. . , 
oseph Glenn . . . , 
lurtis Wheeler . . . 
ohn W.Burrus . . 
Villiam Walker . , 
ames A. McClure . 



Edwardsport 

Sandborn ...... 

Bicknell 

Freelandsville . . . . 
Freeland-iville . . . . 
Washington Township 
Palmyra Township . 
Prtlmyra Township . . 

Vincennes 

Petersburg 

Monroe City 

Johnson Township . . 
Johnson Township . . 
Decker Township . . . 
Steen Township . . . . 
Steen Township . . . . 
Decker Township . . . 
Vincennss 



November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
Novem er 14, 
Noveuiber 14, 
N(ivember 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
December 16, 



1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1H94, 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1895 



202 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 

KOSCIUSKO COUNTY. 



NAME. 



POSTOFFIOE. 



Date op Commission 



Elias A. Stoneburner 
George M. Kice .... 
Hiram T. Biddle . . 
Michael Brenner . . . 
James H. Waggoner . 
Andrew Makemson . 

Virgil Barber 

Allen W.Bothel . . . 
James N. Brown . . . 
Joseph K. Mock . . . 
Leroy W. Love . . . 
John N. Hoopingarner 
Edward Deeter ... 
Richard V. Leech . . 
Titus G. Berst .... 
Cyrus M. Alward . . . 
Andrew J. Bair . . . 
Thomas Goodall . . . 
Francis Downing 
John P. Tboma . . . 
Chas. W. Shipley . . - 
Samuel CauflFman . . 
Hudson B. Rf'binson . 
William Rickel . . . 
Wm. D. Garrison . . . 
John Bright ... 
Levi Middleton .... 
John Whinwright . . 
William Epler .... 
John F. P'ummer . . 
Adam H. Massena . . 
John H. Giger .... 

John Best 

George Carl 

John P. Kuhn .... 
Samuel B Gay . . 

Levi H. Peddycord . . 
Erwin M. Haseman . 
H.G. Fields . ... 
Samuel N. Garrett . . 



Sidney . . . . 

Sidney 

Pierceton . . . . 
Pierceton - . . 
Pierceton . . . , 
Pierceton . . . . 
Pierceton . . . . 
N.Webster . . . 
N. Webster . . . 
Syracuse . . . . 
Syracuse . . . . 

Milford 

Milford . . . , 

Oswego 

Leesburg . . . . 

Warsaw 

Warsaw 

Warsaw 

Claypool . . . . 
Claypofil . . 
Silver Lake . . . 
Silver Lake . . . 

Burket 

Beaver Dam . , 
Mentone . .. . . 
Beaver Dam . . 
Mentone . . . . 
Palestine . . . , 

Atwood 

Leesburg . . . . 

Atwood 

Hastings . . . . 
Hastings . . . . 
Milwood . . . , 
Milwood . . . . 
Etna Green . . . 
Etna Green . . . 

Akron 

Warsaw . . . . 
Plain Township 



November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
October 26, 
November 
December 



17, 1894. 
17, 1894 
17, 1894 
17, 1894 
17, 1894 
17,1894 
17, 1894 
17,1894 
17, 1894, 
17, 1894 
17, 1894 
17, 1894 
17. 1894 
17, 1894 
17, 1894. 
17, 1894 
17, 1894 
17, 1894 

17. 1894, 
17, 1894 
17, 1894 
17, 1894 
17, 1894 
17, 1894 
17. 1894 
17, 1894 
17, 1894 
17, 1894 
17, 1894 
17, 1894 
17, 1894 
17, 1894 
17, 1894 
17, 1894 
17, 1894 
17, 1894 
17. 1894 
, 1895. 
6. 1895. 

18. 1895, 



LAGEANGE COUNTY. 



Albert Haskin.s .... 
Lucius W. Hall . . . . 
George D. Searing . . 
Ormedo W. Parish . . 

IraE. Elliott 

Thomas G. Betts . . . 
Lewis E. Deal .... 

John Cox 

John Grav .... 

William W.Miller . . 
Hiram G Lovett . . . 

Joel D. Raber 

George Arver .... 
William Donnldson . 
Henry J. Tllmer . . . . 
David T.Miller. . . . 
Matbias Qerren . . . 
Micaiah Merriman . . 
Charles Seybert . . . 

Seth Troyer 

Elijah Hartsock . . . 
Charles E. Greenawalt 



Moneo 

Brushy Prairie . . . 

Lima 

Ontario 

Fish Lake 

Lagrange 

Plato 

Lagrange 

Shipshewana .... 
South Milford. . . . 
South Milford. . . . 

Wolcottville 

Greenfield Mills . . 

Lima 

Eridy 

Topeka 

Lagrange 

Lagrange 

Van Buren Township 

Scott 

Eden Township . . . 
Topeka 



November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 27, 1894 
November 27, 1894 
November 27, 1894 
November 27, 1894 
November 27, 1894 
November 27. 1894, 
November 27, 1894 
December 31. 1894 
March 29, 1895. 
March 29, 1895. 
March 29, 1895. 



I 



203 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 
LAKE COUNTY. 



NAME. 


POSTOFFICE. 


Date of Commission. 


Byron M.Cheney 


East Chicago 


November 16, 1894 




November 16, 1894 




Hammond 

East Chicago 

Hammond 


November 16, 1894 




November 16, 1894 


Josephus H. Irish 

Charles D. Davidson 


November 16, 1894 


Whiting 


November 16 1894 


J. U. Bowers. 


Hammond 


November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894 


Waiter (4iD»on 


ToUeston 

Lake Station 


November 16, 1894 


Henry Quinell 

Patrick J. Kelly 


November 16,1894, 
November 16, 1894 






November 16 ]8'^4 




Merrillville 


N' vember 16 1894 


John Small 


November 16, 1894' 






November 16, 1894 






November 16 1894 






November 16, 1894 


William S. Babbitt 


Crown Point 

Leroy 


November 16 1894 


J. H. Baldwin 

W. U Northrup 


November 16, 1h94." 
November 16, 1894 






November 16, 1894. 


Martin .J.Sanders 


Lowell 


November 16, 1894. 
November 16,1894. 
November 16, 1894 








Center Township 

Ross Station 

Center Township 

Ros."" Station 

Shelby 


December?, 1894. 
June 15, 1895 






September 16, 1895. 
December 17, 1895. 
May 11, 1896. 
July 16, 1896. 


William H. Watts 


M.C.Luoey 


Calumet Township 



LAPORTE COUNTY. 



Joseph L. Stanton 


Laporte 

Hat'-h's Mills 

Roiline Prairie 

Mill Creek 

Stillwell 

Stillwell 


November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894 


Benjamin F. Brown 

Benjamin E. Bear 


November 10, 1894." 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894 


William Hornbeck 


November 10, 1894 


Samuel Ake 




November 10, 1894 


Asa Jackson 




November 10, 1894 


Orange L. Small 




November 10, 1894 


Charles Sitz 




November 10, 1894 


August W Boske 




November 10, 1894* 


Elmer G. Bunnell 




November 10, 1894 


George M. Yenkel ' . . . . 


English Lake 


November 10 1894 


Herbert M Adams 


November 10 1894 


Willi im W. Lamphere 




November 10, 1894. 


William Considue 

Paul J. Corbly 


Laporte 

Michigan City 

MichigHn City 

Miihigan City 

New Carlisle 

New Carlisle 

Waterford. 


November 10, 1894. 
November 10 1894 


Cephas T. Dibble 


November 10, 1891. 
November 10 1891 


Frederick Cook 


Roderick W.Carotherj 


November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November '0, 1894 


David Appleton 


Charles Griffin 


Arthur Eddy 


Michiiran City 

Laporte 

Laporte 


November 10, 1894' 


John T. Flockseim 

Edward King 


November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894 


jHcob Folant 




November 10, 1894 


Benjamin P. Finley 

David Hufiman 


Rolling Prairie 

Rolling Prairie 

Union Mills 

Union Mills 

Westville .... 


November 10, 1894*. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10. 1894 


William S. Booth 


Abraham L. Logan 


November 10 1844 


Bei jamin M. Zener 


November 10, 1894 


Samuel S. Davis 


< tis 


November 10, 1894," 
November 10, 1894. 


Louis M. Davidson 


Westville 


Daniel Shaw 


Kingsbury 


Nevember 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894 


John Ellis 


Bridgeman E. Sherman 

Henry Bresecke 


Wanatah 


November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
September 11. 1895. 
Decembers, 1895. 


Oliver L. Smith 

Jonathan Snooks 


Westville 

Michigan City 



204 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



LAWRENCE COUNTY. 



NAME. 



POSTOFFICB. 



Date op Commission.. 



Meredith 0. Whitted 
William P. Evans 
William Short . . . 
Moses Roberts . . . 
■John W. Eager . . . 
Wm. H. Landreth . 
Anthony W.Jones . 
Joseph L. Holmes . 
Isom Davis 
Chas. A. Knight . . 
Wm. B.Chrisler . . 
James L. Dillman . 
John Younger . . . 
James R. Andrews . 

Emery Voss 

Eli Sowders 

Jabish Or. Byers 
Daniel W. DeMoss 
John P. Wicker. . . 



Springville 
Fayetteville . 
Pavetteville . 
Williams . . 
Huron . . 
Georgia . . . 
Mitchell . . . 
Mitchell . . . 
Red Cross . . 
Bono. . . . 
Bedford ... 
Bedford . . . 

Erie 

Rivervale . . 
Avoca . . . 
Bartlettsville 
Zelma .... 
Huron .... 
Bono 



November 17, 1894 
November 17, 1894 
November 17, 1894 
November 17, 1894 
November 17, 1894 
November 17, 1894 
November 17, 1894 
November 17, 1894 
November 17, 1894 
November 17, 1894 
November 17, 1894 
November 17,1894 
November 17, 1894 
November 30, 1894 
November 30, 1894 
November 30, 1894 
February 14. 1895. 
March 18, 1895. 
August 8, 1895. 



MADISON COUNTY. 



James T. Knowland . . 
Benj.F.McCarty . . . . 

James P. Scott 

John Skinner 

Charles Williams . . . . 
William Hausberry. . . 
William H. H. Benefiel. 

Frank 0. Fort 

Thad. W.Moore . . . . 

Ward L. Roach 

Geo. A. Stephan . . . . 

Israel Gregg 

James Reader 

Thomas N. French . . . 
Jesse M. Morgan . . . . 
Edward S. Plackard . . 

B. B. Clark 

Henry T. Ball 

David S. Crinkenbarger 
William R. West . . . , 

Jacob Lydick 

William W.Shaul . . . 
Isham W. Burton. . . . 

Amos Williams 

Charles C.Studley . . . 

J. A. Swallow 

Wesley Dunham . . . . 

E. W.Johnson 

Irvin Seward 

L.L. Horton . . . . 

Sherm-'n H. Makepeaoe 

William Kirk 

Charles W. Hinkle . . . 

Wm. Carmany 

JohnF.Cadwell . . . . 



Anderson 

Anderson 

Alexandria ...... 

Pendleton 

Pendleton 

Perkinsville 

Pendleton 

Pendleton 

Summitville 

Blwood 

Frank ton 

Elwood 

Elwood ■. 

Alexandria 

Alexandria 

Alexandria 

Summitville 

Leisure 

Anderson 

Anderson 

Linwood 

Stony Creek Township 
Richland Township. . 
Adams Township . . . 
Stony Creek Township 

Summitville 

Anderson 

Summitville 

Chesterfield ... 
Stony Creek Township 

Chesterfield 

Lynwood 

Jackson Township . . 

Ovid. 

Anderson 



November 13, 1894 
November 13, 1894 
November 13, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15. 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15,1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1894, 
November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15,1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16. 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16,1894 
November 17,1894 
November 17, 1894 
November 30, 1894 
November 30, 1894 
December 4, 1894. 
March 11, 1895. 
June 6, 1895. 
September 7. 1895. 
October 4, 1895. 
December 5, 1895. 



205 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



MARION CODNTY. 



NAME, 



POSTOFFICE. 



Date op Commission. 



Wm. H. Nicholson . . . 
John H. Herig .... 
Wm. S. Lockman . . . . 
Charles A. Clark .... 

John W. Sears 

Frank M. Hay 

John Elliott 

Robert G. tiraydon . . . 
Sanford J. Bailey , . . . 
George W. Shaffer . . . 

Ezra Gr. Martin 

John Babbitt 

Wm. H. Brown 

John D. Haworth .... 

Martin Seerly 

Perry C. Apple 

Peter J. Teal 

Joseph B. Hollingsworth 
Wm. H. Neidlinger . . . 

J.H.Smith 

Wm. F. Schmoe 

Milton R. Likens .... 

Wm. R. Pollard 

Luke Walpole 

Carl Habich 

John H. Smith 

Henry Gresh 

Chris. Gas. 



Center Township . . . 
Center Township - . . 
Center Township . . . 
Center Township . . . 
Center Township . . . 
Center Township . . . 
Perry Township. . . 
Perry Township. . . . 
Perry Township. . . . 
Wayne Township . . . 
Wayne Township . . . 
Wayne Township . . . 
Wayne Township . . . 
Decatur Township . . 
Decatur Township . . 
Lawrence Township . 
Lawrence Township . 
Pike Township .... 
Pike Township . . . 
Franklin Township . . 
Franklin Township . . 
Washington Township 
Warren Township. . . 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis • . . 
Washington Township 

Alliance 

Pike Township .... 



November 9, 1894 
November 9, 1894 
November 9, 1894 
November 9, 1894 
November 9, 1894 
November 9,1894 
November 9, :894 
November 9, 1894 
November 9, 1894 
November 9, 1894 
November 9, 1894 
November 9, 1894 
November 9. 1894 
November 9, 1894 
November 9, 1894 
November 9, 1894 
November 9, 1894 
November 9, 1894 
November 9, 1894 
November 9, 1894 
November 9, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15,1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
March 21, 1896. 



MARSHALL COUNTY. 



Isaiah C. Brooke . 
E. W. Qeiselman . 
Henry B. Reeves . 
Lewis Weedling . 
Josiah Huffman . 
George W.Gerard 
Alonzo Smiley . . 
Daniel Mote . . . 
Daniel Kehler. 
Henry A. Snepp . 
John Kellogg . . . 
Wm. R. Davis. . . 
John E. Jordan . . 
Michael B. Snyder 
Clinton C. Yockey 
Charles C. Kanarr 
Adam K. Row. . . 
John W. Collier. . 
Jonathan Lemert. 
Jonathan Wolfe . 
John R. Miller . . 
Wm.H.Whited. . 
David Hull, Sr . . 
Kite. Bunnell . . 
Len D. Alleman . 
Jesse D. Chaplin . 
Oliver Morris . • . 
Harcourt C. Corbin 
Frederick Dawful. 



Hibbard 

Marmont 

Plymouth 

Plymouth 

Plymouth 

Inwood 

Argos 

Argos 

Bourbon 

Bourbon 

Bourbon . 

Tippecanoe Township. 

Ilian 

Berlinton 

Bremen 

Plymouth 

La Pas. 

TynerCity 

Teegarden 

Plymouth 

Donaldson 

Argos 

Argos 

Walnut 

Argos 

Bourbon 

Marmount 

Plymouth 

Argos 



November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1S94. 
November 16, 1894, 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16. 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
December 6, 1894. 
December 6, 1894. 
December 11,1894. 
January 4, 1895. 
March 6, 1895. 



206 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 
MAETIN COUNTY. 



NAME. 



POSTOFFICE. 



Date op Commission. 



William A. Reed . . . , 

Larkin Fields 

John N. Baker 

Isaac N. Phipps . . . , 
Josinh Stephens . . . . 
"William Marshall . . , 

James N.Jeter 

Harrison Peak 

Joshua Harris 

Samuel F. Smith . . . 
Abraham A. Richmond 

Alonzo iJrown 

Charles H. MeCarty . , 
Nathan P. Calvin . . , 
Samuel Montgomery 
John P. Terrell . . . . 

D. p. Slater 

Charles M. Peed . . . . 

Joseph Gibson 

Joseph W. Matherson , 
Edmund Bridges . . . . 
Marion Hall . . . , 

Sherman Loganour . . 
Robert Clarke . . . . , 

Warren Lynn 

Daniel M. Keiser . . , 
Benjamin N. ^rane . , 
George M Bnker . . . , 
Richard H.Parker. . . 



Mt. Springs ... 

Mt. !?prings 

Burns City 

Burns City 

Dover Hill 

Dover Hill 

Trinity Springs . . . 

Short 

Shoals 

Shoals 

Shoals ....... 

Shi.als 

West Shoals 

Door Hill 

Loogootee 

Loogootee 

Loosrootee 

Oak Ridge 

Reeve 

SKoals 

Shoals 

Lost River Township 
Lost River Township 
Lost Kivei Township 
Perry Town,ohip . . 
Perry Township . . 
Brown Township . . 
Baker Township . . 
West Shoals 



November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10,1894 
November 10,1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10. 1894 
November 10. 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10. 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894 
November 10,1894 
November 10, 1894 
Decembers. 1894. 
December 24, 1894. 
.Janunry 7,1895. 
Auffust23, 1895. 
March 23. 1896. 
October 2, 1896. 



MIAMI COUNTY. 



Lewis Rinker 

Henry B. 01. lyton . . . 
Je»se M. Hinshaw . . 
Collins B. Miller . . 
William C. Lancaster 
William Conner . . 

John Shilling 

Peter Keegan .... 
James W. Marquis . . 
Lewis B.Staley . . . 
Wm. H. Hnleirab . . 
William H Kling . . 
William Linton . . . 
Thos, H. Cunningham 
Waibincton Carson . 
Samuel Miller . . . 
L»uii P. Holeman . . 
James B. Fuwiler . . 
Joseph Shrock . . . 
Barxillai R. Fagan . . 
William P. Ireland. . 
HuPtan C Day . . . . 
Jokn ' hamp . . . . 
Comrtnev MoKee . . . 
Daaiel P. Deisch . . 
Andr«w Rank . . . . 
Auruit A. Tateman . 
William Tilden. . . • 
Dildin* Snyder . . . . 
H»Bry Rose 



Santa Fe 

Reserve 

Converse 

Converse 

Converse 

Chili 

Chili 

Bunker Hill 

Bunker Hill 

Peru 

Loree 

Waupecorig 

Bunker Hill 

Perrysburgh 

Pe u 

Peru 

Peru 

Peru 

Peru 

Denver 

Mexico 

Mucy 

Macy 

Gileid 

MnGrawsville 

North Grove 

Gilead. 

Perrysbureh. . . 
Dfer Creek Township 
North Grove 



November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14. 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
No* ember 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
November 14, 
December 5, 
December 10, 
December 14, 
September 27, 



1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1H94 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1895 



207 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



MONROE COUNTY. 



NAME. 



POSTOFFICE. 



Date op Commission. 



Robert G.Miller . . . . 
John W. Dickson . . . . 
Archibald Pleener . . . 
James B. Filbert . . . . 
John 0. Burbank . . . . 

John C.Clay 

William L. Adams . . . 
John W. Morgan . . . 
Thomas J.Carter . . . . 

M.H. Buskirk 

Daniel A. Titus 

William I.Myers . . • . 

Jacob Bennett 

William H. McCollough 
James M. Rice . . . 

Benjamin F. Davis . . . 
Enoch A. Morgan. . . . 

Joel H.Morgan 

Charles Y. Koss 

Chesley Acuff 

Stephen T. Gillaspy . . 



Bloomington 

Bloomington 

Bloomington 

Bloomington 

Bloomington 

Harrodsburg 

Bloomington 

Harrod burg 

Harrodsburg 

Bloomington 

Bloomington 

Bloomington 

Bloomington 

Bloomington 

Bloomington 

Bean Blossom Township 
Bean Blossom Township 
Indian Creek Township. 

Polk Township 

Stinesville Township . . 
Ellettsville 



November 14, 1894 
November 14,1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
Noveu ber 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 27, 1894 
November 27, 1894 
December 5, 1894 
December 8,1894 
December 12, 1894 
March 23. 1895. 
May 21. 1895. 
June 26, 1895. 
April 25, 1896. 



MONTGOMERY COUNTY, 



ChristophfrC. Westfall 
John L. Hawkins . . . 
Samuel H. (Mlkey . . . 
William B. Higgins . , 
Stephen A. Stilwell . , 
Charles M. Scott . . , 
William H.Brown . . , 
Merrick Y. Buck . . . , 
Wm. B. Montgomery . , 
William C Thomas . , 

John Mitchell 

Richard Harper . . . , 
Daniel V. Pitman . . , 
James H. Stewart . . . 
William Armstrong . , 

Warren Brooks 

James Peterson . . . , 
Peter M. Fudge . . . . 

James L. Witt 

Amos Ebrite 

James R. Rasor 

Will A. L«ng 

William Marks . . . . , 
William G. Hanna . . , 
Thomas M.Campbell . . 



Waynetown 

Yountsville 

Alamo 

Parkersburg . . . . 
Crawfordsville . . . 
Crawfordsville . . . 
New Market . . . , 
Crawfordsville . . . 

Linden 

Linden 

Colfax . 

Darlington 

Darlington 

Shannondale . . . . 

Darlington 

New Ross 

New Ross 

Ladoga 

Ladoga 

New Richmond . . . 

Wingate 

Clark Township . . , 
Waynetown 

Franklin Township 



November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10,1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894, 
November 10, 1894, 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
December 24. 1894 
March 26,1895. 
July 6, 1895. 
September 11, 1895 



208 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



MORGAN COUNTY. 



NAME. 


P03T0FFI0E. 


Date of Commission. 


Philip Crutchfield 


Martinsville 

Martinsville 

Mahalasville 

Morgrantown 


November 21, 1894. 


James M. Baldwin 


November 21, 1894. 




November 21, 1894. 




November 21, 1894. 




November 21, 1894. 


Sylvester Hawkins 


Cape .... 


November 21, 1894. 
November 21, 1894. 


Reuben S. Aldrich 


Waverly 


November 21, 1894. 


H. B Mendenhall 


November 21, 1894 


Wm. H. Ray 




November 21, 1894 




Brooklyn 


November 21, 1894. 






November 21. 1894. 






November '1, 1894 




Hall 


November 21, 1894. 




Wilbur 


November 21, 1894. 






November 21, 1894. 




Martinsville 


Novemb-r21, 1894. 




November 21, 1894, 


Nathan T. Hastings 


Paragon 


November 21, 1894. 






November 21, 1894. 




Mariinsville 


November 21, 1894. 




November 24, 1894. 


E. K. Thomas 




December 6, 1894. 


Wm. W. Fowler 


Martinsville 

Monroe 'I'ownship . . . . ,. 

Adams Township 

Martinsville 


December 12, 1894. 




January 2, 1895 




January 2, 1895. 
January 7, 1895. 
January 8, 1895. 
February 2, 1895. 
September 14. 1895. 
September 14, 1895. 
September 14, 1895. 
December 14, 1895. 
December 14, 1895. 


William Radford 


Thomas Ely 




Ray Township 

Ashland Township 

Ashland Township 

Brown Township 

Clay Township 

Clay iownship 


John Andre 


William H. Miller 


Emmett Dolen 


James M Newby 

William H.Parker 







NEWTON COUNTY. 



David M. Pulver . . . 

Joseph P, HoUoway . 

Joseph P. Holloway . 

Andrew J. Bower . . . 

Nathaniel Light . . . 

Sylvester Breese . . . 

Abraham Heilman . . 

James B. Dickson. . . 

Charles L. Burton , , 

Andrew J, Ellis. . , . 

Cyrenus Luce . . . . 

Stephen Hamblin . . . 

Robert S. Mitchell . . 

Williim H, Ray. . . . 

John S. Pierce . . . 

George W. Knapp. . . 

William H. Roberts. . 

Pierce F. Warne . • ■ 

Ira J. Say lor . . . . 

Joseph H. Wells . . . 

David A. Prntzman. . 

James H.Sawyer . . 

W. Elwood Harry. . . 

D. R. Harper 



Morocco . . . . 
Morocco . . . , 
Morocco . . . . 
Morocco . . . . 
Brook . . . . 
Kentlnnd . . . 
Kentland . , . 
Kentland . . 
Kentland . . , 
Morocco . 
Hopkins' Park 
(ioodland . . 
Goodland . . . 
Thayer. . . . 
Rose Lawn . . 

Brook 

Brook 

Mt. Ayr . . . . 
Mt. Ayr . . . 
Lake Village . 
Jackson . . . . 
Grant . . , . 
Iriquois . . . . 
Grant 



November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16,1894, 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16,1894. 
November 16,1894. 
Novemb-r 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16,1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
November 16, 1894. 
December 5, 1894. 
June 15, 1895. 
June 15. 1895. 
March 27, 1896. 
June 18, 1896. 



209 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 

NOBLE COUNTY. 



NAME. 


POSTOFFICE. 


Date of Coemission. 


AbelMullin 

Jacob Baker . 

Genrge W. Barnhart 


Wilmot . ... 

Wilmot 


November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19,1894 
November 19,1894 
November 19,1894 
November 19,1894 
November 19,1894 
November 19,1894 
November 19,1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19,1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19,1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19,1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19,1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19,1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 








DeWitt C Teal . • 






Henry Long 

Isaac H. Kelsey 














David P Miller . . . 


















Irwin Haney 






Wolf Lake 

Green Center 

Green Center 

Albion 
























Rome City 

Brimfield 










Kendallville 

Kendallville 

Kendallville 
















-Orrin D Holt • • 


LaOtto 
















Wm N Voris 


Albion 




Win Roberts 


Wawaka. . . 


October 16, 1895. 


John B Wright 


March 4, 1896. 


W M Lundy . , . 


Wayne Township 


June 11, 1896. 









OHIO COUNTY. 



Farrington Hannah 
8amuel West . . 

Elijah L. Turner . . 
Joseph L. Pate . . , 
Isaac N. Robbin . . 



Rising Sun . 
RisinfrSun . 
Bear Branch, 
Bascom . . . 
Hartford. . . 



November 14,1894. 
November 14,1894. 
November 14,1894. 
November 14,1894. 
November 14, 1894. 



ORANGE COUNTY. 



David M. Hudelson 


Paoli 

Paoli 

Chambersburg 

Leipsic 

Saltilloville 


November 15, 1894. 
November 15,1894. 


Eli Atkinson . , 


November 15, 1894. 


Thomas N.Neugent 


November 15, 1894. 
November 15, 1894. 




November 15, 1894. 


William H Pickler : . 




November 15, 1894. 


Henry L. Waldrip 




November 15, 1894. 




November 15, 1894. 


Alys Wilson 


Abydel 


November 15,1894. 
November 15, 1894. 


William A Powell . .... 




November 15, 1894. 






November 15, 1894. 




Abydel 


November 15, 1394. 


John H Gilliatt, Jr 


Ethel 


November 15, 1894. 


Walter "W. Willyard' ........ . . 




November 15, 1894. 


Georee W Bailey 




November 15,1895. 


Chambersburg 

Stamper's Creek 

Newton Stewart 

Ohio 

Young's Creek 

Paoli 


November 15, 1894, 


Henry F.Trinkle 


November 15, 1894. 


Dnvid P Wade 


November 15, 1894. 


Albert G. Fox 


NoveMber 15. 1894. 


Franklin Hammond 


March 15, 1895. 




September 4, 1895. 






March 6, 1896. 


William J Pro 


French Liek Springs .... 


March 13, 1896. 







14 — Skc, State. 



210 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



OWEN COUNTY. 



NAME. 



POSTOFFICB. 



Date of Commission. 



John D. McCormiek . 
Wesley Coffey ... 
Henry C. Grooms . . . 
Jeptha D. Meek ... 
J. J. Summerlot ... 
R. B. Toliver . . 

Samuel Carpenter . . 
Bingham Gray .... 
John Maple .... 
Darius P. Love . . 
William D.Swearinger 
A.J.Breuton .... 
John W Poyor ... 
Marcus L. Orrell ... 
James Beaman .... 

Levi Huber 

William Ross 

J. V. Pryor 

/ Sylvester Uoadley . . 



Romona 

Spencer 

Spencer . . , . . . 

Cataract 

Coal City 

Patrieksburg . . . . 

Adel 

Qosport 

Gosport 

Coal City 

Amey 

Farmers 

Freedom 

Quincy 

Cataract 

Jordan Village . 
Harrison Township 
Clay Township . . . 
Wayne Township . . 



November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894, 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19. 1894 
November 19, 1894, 
November 19, 1894 
December 18, 1894. 
April 19, 1895. 
June 14, 1895. 
September 16, 1895 
December 9, 1895. 



PAEKE COUNTY. 



James Glass 

John R. Musser 

Ward Kennedy . 
Albert B. Kenworthy . . 
William W.McCutcheon 
Elmer A. Heath .... 

Isaac Harvey 

Henry Durham 

Franklin H. Welton . . 
David T. Dunlap .... 
Elijah D. Wheeler . . . 

John Weaver 

Hugh Kirkland 

William Andrew .... 
John L. Ogden .... 
Allen P. Keltner .... 

William Sparks 

John C. Gilkerson . . . 

Daniel Duree 

Jacob J. Hendrix . . . . 

James C. Bell 

Samuel B. Sharp .... 

Alvah Hamble 

Jas. D. Nicholson. . , . 
Wallace W. Spencer . . 

William Penny 

Exum Newlin 

Georee W. Green .... 

Ira Myers 

James Bradley 

George H. Smith .... 
Frank M. Bryant .... 
Michael Staunton . . . 



Rockville 

Rockville 

Rockville 

Marshall 

Judson 

Lusks Springs 

Russell's Mills . . . . 

Sylvania 

Howard 

Montezuma 

Montezuma 

Montezuma 

Mecca 

Rockville 

Rosedale 

Coxville . 

Coxville 

Odd 

Bridgeton 

Mansfield 

Carbon 

Bellmore 

Portland Mills . . . . 
Portland Mills . . . . 

Milligan 

Annapoli? 

Bloomingdale 

Byron 

Wallace 

Raccoon Township . . 

Judson. ... 

Adams Township . . . 
Washington Township 



November 23, 1894 
November 23, 1894 
November 23, 1894 
November 23, 1891 
November 23, 1894 
November 23,1894 
November 23, 1894 
November 23, 1894 
November 23, 1894 
November 23, 1894 
November 23, 1884 
November 23, 1894 
November 23, 1894 
November 23, 1894 
November 23, 1894 
November 23, 1894 
November 23, 1894 
November 23, 1894 
November 23, 1894 
November 23, 1894 
November 23, 1894 
November 23, 1894 
November 23, 1894 
November 23, 1894 
November 23, 1894 
November 23, 1894 
November 23, 1894 
November 23, 1894 
November 23, 1894 
March 9, 1895. 
June 26, 1895. 
August 9. 1895. 
June 16,1896. 



211 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 
PERRY COUNTY. 



NAME. 



POSTOFFICE. 



Date of Commission. 



Jacob Bollinger . . 
J. C. Richey .... 
-John Burke . . . 
Victor Marchal . . 
Neriah jM Kyler . . 
Martin V. Hall . . . 
Milton Tate .... 
Peter N. King . . . 
Henry Mosby .... 
Thomas J. Garrison 
Charles Cunningham 

J. (!.Burr 

A. P. Schrader . . . 
Jerome B. Anson . . 
Adam Walters . . . 
Jacob Leingang . . 



Tell City 

Cannelton 

Leopold 

Leopold 

Rome 

Derby 

Derby 

Lasher 

Bristow 

Don Juan 

Bristow 

Oriole . . 

Oriole 

Tcbin Township 
Anderson Township 
Troy 



November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14.1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14,1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
December 5, 1891. 
December 5, 1894. 
.January 14, 1895. 
January 14, 1895. 
July27. 1»95. 
September 5, 1895. 
April 14, 1896. 



PIKE COUNTY. 



James Bilderback . . 
Barnet Powers 
William V. Hillman . 
John F. Wagley . . . 
W.J.Thurman . . . 
Matthew J. Brady . . 
John M. White . . . . 
James R. Selby . . . . 
James K. Williams . . 
John L. Miller . . . 
Morgan W. Phillip . . 
David R. Chambers . 
James B. Hayden . . 
Thnmas A . Engleman 
John B.Boyd . . . . 
William Brust . . . . 
Willinm Fritz . . . . 
John Survant . . 

Reuben M. Capehart . 

Adam Murtin 

Grotus Gillem . . . . 



Spurgeon . . . . . 
8purgeon .... 

Union 

Union 

Petersburg ... 
Peter.-burg ... 
Petersburg ... 
Petersburg . . . 
Petersburg . . . 
Oatsville .... 
Oat-ville .... 
Winslow .... 

Glezen 

Algiers 

Otwell 

Stendal ... 
Augusta .... 

Survant 

Survant 

Littles 

Monroe Township 



November 
November 
^November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
l^ovember 
November 
jHnuary IS 
October 24, 



14. 1894. 
14, 1894. 
14, 1894. 
14, 1894. 
14. 1894. 
14, 1894. 
14. 1894. 
14, 1H94. 
14, 1894. 
14, 1894. 
14, 1894. 
14, 1894. 
14. 1894. 
17, 1894. 
17, 1894. 
17, 1894. 
17, 1894. 
17, 1894. 
17, 1894. 

; 1K95. 

1896. 



PORTER COUNTY. 



John B. Hawkins. . . 
Calvin L. Dille . . . 
Edna L. Whitcomb. 
Tipton B. Lauderback 
David B. Reynolds . . 
Jay H. Gossett .... 
John W. Alters .... 
Alvin Gay. ..... 

David Perry 

Ephriam B Pratt . . . 
David McHenry. . . . 
Peter M. Sever .... 
Timothy Farrell . . . 
Ezra F. Brady. . . . 
Cornelius D. Sawyer . 
William Ritter . . . 
Thos. Longsdorf . . . 



Valparaiso. . 
Valparaiso. , 
Valpamiso. . 
Valparaiso. . 
Burdick . . . 
Babcock. . . 
Boone Grove 
Valparaiso . 
Valparaiso. . 
Hebron . . . 
Chesterton. . 
Chesterton. . 
Chesterton, . 
Porter . . . 
Hurlburt . - 
Boone GroTe 
Valparaiso. . 



November 28, 
November 28, 
November 28, 
November 28, 
November 28, 
November 28, 
November 28, 
November 28, 
November 28, 
November 28, 
Novtmber 28, 
November 28. 
November 28, 
November 28, 
November 28, 
November 28, 
November 28, 



1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1S94. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894, 
1894. 



212 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 

PORTBE COUNTY- Continued. 



NAME. 



Simon P. Shinebarger 
Joseph H. McCorkle . 
William Ryan . . . . 
P. A. Marquart . . . 
William H. Jones. . . 
James H. True . . 

Abram Puller 

Henry Brummitt . . . 
Elmer E. Wolf • . . 
Darus P. Blake . . . . 
Hubert D. Schofield. . 
Peter M. Sever . . . . 
Louis P. Scott . . . . 



POSTOFFICE. 



Valparaiso 

Woodville . . . . 

Kouts 

Wheeler 

Wheeler 

Kouts 

Furnessville 

Furnessville 

Wheeler 

Lake Station 

Portage Township. . . 
Westcliester Township 
Valparaiso 



Date of Commission. 



November 28, 1894 
November 28, 1894 
November 28, 1894 
November 28, 1894 
November 28, 1894 
November 28, 1894 
November 28. 1894 
November 28, 1894 
November 28, 1894 
November 28, 1894 
May 9, 1895. 
June 12, 1895. 
September 10, 1896. 



POSEY COUNTY. 



Wm. H. Hutchinson . 

John B. Davis 

NoahW.Tryon . . . 
Thomas Stevens. . . . 
Charles C. Martin. . . 
John W. Davis . . . . 
Arad K. McCabe . . . 
Thomas R. James. . . 
Thompson P. Ilurst. . 

Adam Mann 

Adam Botsum . . . . 
Lewis W. Cleveland. . 
EliT. Anderson. . . . 
L. F. Ruchti. . 
William Blankenship 

R. H. McNew 

J. J Fleener . . . . 

M. P. Bowers 

D. M. Schnee . . . . 
Joseph W. Stevens . . 
Luke Aldrich 



Mt. Vernon 

Mt. Vernon 

Mt. Vernon ... 

Mt. Vernon 

W.Franklin 

W. Franklin 

Poseyville 

Sarah 

Solitude 

St. Wendel . . . . . 

Cynthiana 

Cynthiana 

New Harmony. . . . 
New Harmony. . . . 

Hovey . 

Griffin 

Wadesville 

Wadesville 

Harmony Township, 

Poseyville 

Sarah 



November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10,1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10,1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894, 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894, 
December 24, 1895 
March 16, 1896. 



PULASKI COUNTY. 



Samuel E.Taylor. . . 
Marshal Graves .... 
Noah R. Freeman. . . 
Jacob J. Smith .... 
Comford G. Stewart. . 
Peter Russell ..... 
Rolia Blacksten. . . . 
Emanuel Circle. . . . 
John Greiner, Sr . . . 
Thomas M. Spenee . . 
John L. Newman . . . 

Alvin Tague 

Ambrozer Keitzer. . . 
John Ridelbach. . . . 
Hiram Rarrick .... 

B. F. Kochel 

Henry Fausler .... 
William A. Hannegar 



Winamae 

Winamao 

Winamae 

Medaryville 

Star City 

Lakeside 

Lakeside 

Medaryville 

Monterey 

Francesville 

Winamae 

Francesville 

Monterey 

Pulaski 

Winamae 

Indian Creek Township. 

Tippecanoe 

Francesville 



November 14,1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14,1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 17, 1894 
December 18,1894 
December 31.1894. 
February 23, 1895 
June 14, 1895. 
June 16, 1896. 



213 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 
PUTNAM COUNTY. 



NAME. 


POSTOFFICE. 


Date of Commission. 


John B. Bishop 

James T. Blaydes 


New Maysville 


November 15 
November 15 
November 15 
November 15 
November 15 
November 15 
November 15 
November 15 
November 15 
November 15 
November 15 
November 15 
November 15 
November 15 
November 15 
November 15 
November 15 
November 15 
November 15 
November 15 
November 15 
November 15 
November 15 
November 15 
November 15 
November 15 
November 15 
November 15 
November 15 
November 15 


1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
lJ-94 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
18^4 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 




John T. Cline 


Roachdale 

Raccoon 

Carpentersville 

Russellville 

Russell Township 








Willis Dawson 

James Forgey 




David Butcher 

Charles McOray 




Eli Boswell 


Clinton 




Harvey C. Black 






Joseph A. Luman 


Bainbridge 

Brick Chapel 

Bainbridge 

Groveland 




Henry K. Hall 




Forest Ellis 




James McVey 




Clark McDonald 




Leonard Fortune 


Fillmore .... 




James T. Denny 


CJreencastle 




Walter J. Ashton 




3eo. W. Rumbarger 






William A. Wells 


Greencastle 




Saul Marshall 




John I. Cromwell 












Senj. F. Allen 






Andrew T.Hood 


Cloverdale 




Alcaney Farmer 








Putnamville 

Putnamville 

Belle Union . - 

Mt. Meridian 

Hroad Parke 

Cloverdale 

Russell Township .... 




.saac S. Perry 

Liberty N.Scott 




Fohn H. McAnnich 








Moses C Bridges .... ... 


December 30, 1895. 













EANDOLPH COUNTY. 



Lewis Heaton . . . 
Reverdy Puckett . . . 
James M. Thomas . . 
John M. Meredith . . 
William 0. Bales . 
rhomas N. Rash . . . 
James W. Clark . . . 
Julius E. Moore . . 
Samuel C. Friddle . . 
Joseph T. Patrick . . 
Seorge B. Clevenger . 
James A. Williams . . 
Jeremiah Hiatt . . . 
Calvin B. Gilliam . . 
William S.Sterling . 
Philip Barger .... 
James H. Smithson 
Eli A. Fields 
John A. Fountain . . 
David H. Feeter . . . 
Peter W.B. Loy . . . 
William Smith . . . 
Drla B. Green .... 
William W^. Commack 
David Masson . . . . 
Joseph A. Fowler . . . 

Silas S. Clark 

Martin L.Canaday . . 

John T. Long 

Joab Ward 

Samuel M. Betts . . . 
Frederick S. Caldwell 



Winchester 

Winchester 

Winchester 

Lynn 

Rural . ■ . 

Bloomingport 

Spartanburg 

Spartanburg 

Windsor 

Windsor 

Goodville 

Losantville 

Losantville 

Modoc 

Trenton . . . 

Fairview 

Brinkley 

Saratoga 

Deerfield 

Lisbon 

New Pittsburg 

Union City 

Union City 

Bartonia 

Farmland 

Parker 

Farmland 

Parker 

Ridgeville 

Ridgeville 

Ridgeville. 

White River Township . 



November 14 
November 14, 
November 14 
November 14 
November 14 
November 14 
November 14 
November 14, 
November 14 
November 14 
November 14 
November 14 
November 14 
November 14 
November 14 
November 14 
November 14 
November 14, 
November 14 
November 14 
November 14 
November 14 
November 14 
November 14 
November 14 
November 14 
November 14 
November 14 
November 14 
November 14 
November 14 



,1894 
, 1894 
. 1894 
,1894 
, 1894 
, 1894 
. 1894 
,1894 
,1894 
,1894 
,1894 
, 1894, 
. 1894 
,1894 
,1894 
,1894 
,1894 
,1894 
,1894 
,1894 
, 1894 
,1894 
,1894 
, 1894 
,1894 
,1894 
, 1894, 
,1894 
,1894 
,1894 
,1894 



December 7, 1894. 



214 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 
EIPLEY COUNTY. 



NAME. 



POSTOFFICB. 



Date of Commission 



Richard L. Bailey. . . . 
Thomas W.C. Bassett . 
Daniel K. Marsh . . . . 
Charles \V. Hatch. . . . 
Henry Brunner . . . . 
George vi. Webster. . . 
Lorenzo D. Caster. . . . 

Perry Myers 

Benjamin A. Greisepop. 
Otto Glanke. . . . 

Francis M. Fleming . . 
John J. G. binders . . . 

Fred Stockinger 

George t-Jraham 

William 0. Evans. . . . 
Michael McCormick . . 
Josephug Murdock . . . 
Ephraitn Surber . . . 
William H.Christie . . 

Frank Knapp 

Jonathan W. Green. . . 
Milton S. Ja'-vjs. . • . 
Thomas F.Spencer . . 
William A. Stowe. . . . 
Willi«m R.Crnig . . . . 
Richard L. Bailey. . . 
Charles Laswell 



Versailles 

Versailles 

Versailles 

Milan 

Delaware 

Delaware 

Napoleon 

Napoleon 

Nicholasville . . . 

Morris 

Batesville 

Batesville 

Ballstown 

Osgood 

Osgood 

Osgood 

Holton 

St. Magdalene. . . 
New Marion. . . . 

Holton 

Brown Township . 
Brown Township . 

Milan 

Batesville .... 
Cross Plains .... 
Franklin Township 
Johnson Township 



November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894. 
November 14, 1894 
November 14,1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
January 2, 1895. 
January 2, 1895. 
August 14. 1895. 
June 9, 1896. 
Juae 12, 1896. 
August 19, 1896. 
September 17, 1896. 



EUSH COUNTY. 



Thomas Hellman . . 
Thomas E. Bottorf . . 
A. T. Harrison .... 
L. L. Ferree . . . 

William Williams . . 
Austin Ff-azee . . . 
Nathan Arbuckle . . 

James Smart 

Aloys Guyer 

Thf.m IS Poe 

P. B. ode«r 

Webster H inson . . . 
Harvey Caldwell . . . 
Isaac B. Harris . . . 
John W. Lonney . . . 
Dvllas P. ^aul . . . 
Richard S. Miles . . . 
David Benjamin . . 
Thomas Hardesty . . 
Washington Shoppelle 
James M. Kirkpatrick 
Robert M. Wilson . . . 
John S. CoflFey .... 



Richland . 
Hichland . 
Milroy . . 
Milroy . . 
New Salem 
Orange . . 
Manilla . . 
Manilla 
Arlington . 
Rushville . 
Rushville . 
Sexton . . . 
Rushville . 
Ging's . . . 
Rushville . 
Raleigh . . 
Raleigh . . 
Carthage . 
Gowdy . . . 
Moscow 
Mays . . . 
Mays . . . 
Richland . 



November 20, 
November 20, 
November 20, 
November 20, 
November 20, 
November 20, 
November 20, 
November 20, 
November 20, 
November 20, 
November 20. 
November 20, 
November 20, 
November 20, 
November 20, 
November 20, 
November 20, 
November 20, 
November 20, 
November 20, 
November 23, 
November 23, 
November 29, 



1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1S94 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 



SCOTT COUNTY. 



William H. Shanks 
Gashem Norris 
Thomas Mar.-iball 
Robert T. Green 
James M. Amick 
Isaac H"Ughland 
Isaac Miller . . 
Thomas G. Lee . 
William R. Sweet 
E.R. Peeler. . . 
Anderson J). Wilson 
Charles G.Mitchell. 



Scottsburg . . . 
Scottsburg. . . 
Vienna . . . . 
Lexitigton . , . 
Lexington . . . 

Leota 

Scottsburg. . . 

Austin 

Blocher . . . . 
Scottsburg!. . . 
New Frankfort 
Scottsburg. . . 



November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10. 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 
November 10,1894. 
July 8, 1895. 
September 8. 1896. 
October 29, 1896. 



215 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



SHELBY COUNTY. 



NAME. 


POSTOFFICE. 


Date of Com. mission. 




Mt. Auburn 

Flat Rock 


November 15,1894 


Joel D. Scott 


November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15,1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15,1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15,1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15,1894 
November 15. 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1891 
November 15, 1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15,1894 
November 15, 1894 
November 15. 1894 
November 15,1894 
November 15, 1894 




John J.White. 


Flat Rock 

St. Paul 

Sulphur Hill 

Meltzer 






















Shelbyville 




Wm. H. Bassett . . . . . . 








Shelbyville 






Fenns 






Prescntt 

Smithland 

Bengali 

Bogestown 

Boggstown 








G. W. Rapp 




Elias C. Campbell 

Robert Cornforth 






Fairland 

Fairland 

Noah 

Noah 

Ray's Crossing 








Will C. Adams 




Nathan Nave 

Matthews Phares 




Andrew Hensley 










John W.SIeeth 






Henry M. Inlow 


Fountaintown 

Fountaintown 




Wm.A. Winton 

Oliver C. Stiles 










Andrew J. Higgins 


Addison Township 


December 6, 1894. 
June 17,1895. 


J.G.Thompson 

Wm.A. Mitchell 


Addison 

Noble Township 


September 6, 1895. 
March 16, 1896. 





SPENCER COUNTY. 



Ananias Drew . . . 
Jacob B. .McCoy . . 
John L. Stewart . . 
James M. Sumner . 
Jacob Fahr ... 
Daniel Carey . . . 
Mathias Eiden . . . 
John Q Southwood 
James dickers . . . 
Thomas Chancellor 
Aaron Meeks . . . 
Leroy Robinson. . . 
Louis H. Kreeger . . 
George Fritz . . . 
Louis R. Morgan . . 
John W. Cockreil. . 
Charles S. Stewart . 
Paul Ender . . 

Franois M. Hancock 
Robert H.Walter. . 
Wm. Lewis Wood . . 



Eureka 

Lake 

Rockport . . . 
Rockport . . . 
Santa Claus . . . 

Chrisney 

Troy 

Lamar . ... 
Grandview . . . 
Chrisney .... 
Newtonville. 
Gen try V ill e . . . 
Gentryville . . . 
St. Meinrad . . . 

Oakland 

Chrisney. . . . . 

Midway 

Mariah Hill . . . 
Grass Township . 
Carter Township 
Carter Township 



November 16, 1894 
November Ifi, 1894 
November 16,1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16,1894 
November 16, 1894 
Nevemberl6,1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894, 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
June 13. 1895. 
March 17, 1896. 
March 17, 1896. 



216 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 

STAKKE COUNTY. 



NAME. 



POSTOFFICE. 



Date of Commission, 



Orlando A. Hay . . 
Joseph Shaw 
Josiah B. Barnum . 
Abner T. Hetfield . 
Albert Mosher . . . 
Joseph A mo . . . 
George T. Elder . . 
Jesse Coffin . . . 

Warren B. Rust 
Spenfer C. Records 
Albert (Oilier . . . 
Jason W . Heath 
Nathaniel Gurnsey. 
Geo M. Veach . . 
John Morehead . . 
Leonidas C. Kilgore 
William H. Selvage 
Jussie E. Short . . 
Charley Chapman . 



Knox 

Knox 

Knox 

North Judson . . 
North Judson . . 

Ord 

Wynona 

Hamlet 

Grovertown . . 

Aldine 

Knox 

O^ber ...... 

Knox 

Hamlet 

Davis 

San Pierre . . . 
E> glish Lake . . 
Wayne Township 
Wayne Township 



November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894, 
November 10. 1894 
November 10, 1834 
November 10, 1894 
April 11, 1895. 
December 11, 1895. 



ST, JOSEPH COUNTY, 



Demas D. Bates 
Olney B. Maples 
Leslie C. Whitcomb 
John A. Wood . . . 
Andrew Sprague . . 
George Mor.'^e . . 
William B.Jakway 
Georg" W. Doughty 
Isaac France . . . . 
Alexander Naragon 
Stephen Bain . . . . 
James Shoemaker . 
Frank Tisher . . . . 
Peter Sellner . . . 
John Anthony . . . 
Josiah P. Reed . . . 
Monroe Steiner . . . 
David F. Worton . . 
Ja^^on I. Damon . . 
Ezra Rhodes . . . 
Edward C. Deitrich 
Fred. Davenport . . 
Brown A. Byers . . 
George Phillips . . . 
Samuel Wilkeson . . 
John M. Truax . . . 
John Tromp . . . . 



South Bend . . . . 
South Bend . . . . 
S'lUtb Bend . . . 
Mishawaka . . . . 

O-'ceola 

Mishawaka . . . . 
New Carlisle . . 
New Carlisle . . . 
New Carlisle . . . 
North Liberty . . 
North Liberty ■ . 
Walkerton . . . . 
Walkerton . . . 
Wakarusa . . . . 
Woodland . . . . 

Lakeville 

Lakeville 

South Bend ... 
South Bend .... 

Granger ...... 

South Bend .... 

Sweet Home . . . 
Sweet Home . . . 
South Bend .... 

South Bend .... 

Madison Township 
Penn Township . . 



November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894, 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, ISA 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10. 1894 
November 10,1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 1, 1895. 
May 12, 1896. 



STEUBEN COUNTY. 



Milo Thompson 


Orland 


November 10, 1894. 


Richard E. Rhoades 

William H. Lemmon 


Orland 

Crooked Creek 

Nevada Mills 

Fremont 


November 10, 1894. 
November 10, 1894. 


Augustus J. Wickman 


November 10, 1894. 


Burton Young 


November 10, 1894. 


William L. Balch 


Fremont 

Fremont 

Fremont 


November 10, 1894. 


Bethnel J. Goff 


November 10 1894 




November lo', 1894* 


William R. ."^tram 


November 10, 1894 


Daniel S. Griggs 




November 10, 1894. 




Metz 


November 10, 1894. 


La Fayette Burkett 


Angola 


November 10, 1894. 


George W. Myers 


Angola 


November 10, 1894. 



217 
JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 

STEUBEN COUNTY— Continued. 



NAME. 



POSTOFFICE. 



Date of Commission. 



A. Judson Corbin. 
James Turley . . 
Israel Kemery 
Martin Mallory. . 
George G. King 
Aaron Q. Parsell . 
James J. Wren . . 
George W. Resler 
Charles A. Ingalls 
Francis M. Kelley 
Carie 0. Simons. . 
Isaac Sowder . . 
Clyde F. Sharp . . 
John W. Goodale . 
Otis M. Gilmore. 
Ward Philo 
J. Wesley Thomas 
Frank M. Whitney 



Angola 

Angola 

Angola 

Flint. 

Salem Center . . . . 

Hudson 

Salem Center . . . . 
Salem Center . . . . 
Pleasant Lake. . . . 

Ashley 

Ashley 

Metz 

Hamilton 

Metz 

Alvarado 

Jackson Township . 
Otsego Township . . 
Millgrove Township 



November 10, 1894 
November 10. 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10,1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
December 15, 1894 
September 14, 1895 
March 18, 1896. 



SULLIVAN COUNTY. 



Barton W. Luzador. 
William Joyce . . 
Joel M. Harmon . . 
William A.Brunker 
William W.Wible . 
John E. Turman . . 
William Fry 
Paschal S.Taylor. . 
David P. Cummins . 
Geo. W.Stewart 
Jacob N. Land . . . 
Carr B.White. . . . 
John Lockhart . . 
John Wellington ■ . 
A. R. Angell .... 
Franklin Daniels 
I. D. Stoops . . 

William H. Power . 
Joseph Robertson. . 
Thomas B U'Haver. 
Church Puckett. . . 



Sullivan 

Sullivan 

Fairbanks 

Farmersburg . . . , 

Sullivan , 

QrHyville 

Cass 

Shelburn , 

Hymera • 

Dugger 

Carlii-le . . . . , 

New Lebanon . . , 
Pleasantville . . 
Pleasantville . . . . 

Haxton 

Merom. . . . . , 

Alum Cave , . . . 
Prairie Creek ... 
Ca?s Township . . , 
Jefferson Township 
Jackt on Township . 



November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1«94 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16. 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 28, 1894 
November 28, 1894 
November 28, 1894 
November 28, 1894 
November 28, 1894. 
November 28, 1894 
November 28, 1894 
November 28, 1894 
Decem ier 19. 1895 
January 27, 1896. 
June 5, 1896. 



SWITZERLAND COUNTY. 



William S. Kineaid . . 
David H Boyle. . . . 
George W. Turner . . 
Andrew J. McCreary 
Samuel McClellan . . 
Lafayette Palmer. . . 
Frank Jackson . . . 
Thomas J. Lakeman . 
Jeffrey Miles . . . 

Frank Manford. . . . 
John A. Weaver . . . 
Hannibal Farrel . . 
Chas D. Landerbaugh 
James Sample. ... 
Samuel W^Wade - . . 



Vevay . . . 
Mt. Sterling . . 
Markland . 
Florence. . . . 
Markland 
Quercus Grove 

Patriot 

B. Enterprise . 
Sugar Branch 
Moorefield. . . 
Moorefield. . . 
Bennington . . 
Vineyard . . . 
Lamb . . . . 
Patriot 



November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 



16, 1894. 
16, 1894. 
16, 1894. 
16, 1894. 
16, 1894. 
16, 1894. 
16, 1894. 
16, 1894. 
16, 1894. 
16, 1894. 
16, 1894. 
16, 1894. 
16, 1894. 
16, 1894. 
20, 1894, 



218 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



TIPPECANOE COUNTY. 



NAME. 


POSTOFFICE. 


Date of Commission 




Lafayette 


November 10, 1894, 




November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10,1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10,1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 30.1894 




JohnE.Naylor 

Moses M. Wood 


Lafayette 

Battle (iround 

Battle Ground 

Battle Ground 


















Eli Peter . . 






James H. Parish . . 

Cprus D. Shepardson 


Pyrmont 

Dayton 




Stockwell 

Montmorency 

Montmorency 

Romney 




Isaac N. Chenoweth 




Christopher C. Sutton 

William F. Bennett 




We.'t Point 






West Point 












Lafayette 






Lafayette 
















William V McCorkhill 


Clarke Hill 






Conroe 




Samuel P.Crawford 


Stockwell 




Charles S. Taylor 


Odell 

Shawnee Mound ..... 
Randolph Township .... 




William W.Boland 




Solomon C. Andrew 

Oliver C.Allen 






Lauramie Township .... 
Sheffield Township 


September 17, 1895. 




June 10, 1896. 







TIPTON COUNTY. 



Benjamin F. Good . . . 
Henry Z. flarbit . . . . 
George W. Fippen . . . 

Martin Smith 

John Sloan 

Valentine Lotus . . . . 
John Longfellow . . . . 
John W. Wallace . . . 
William . J.. Scudder . . 
George W. Herron . . . 
Elias M. Riehards . . , 
George M. Riffe , . . . , 
Frank Couch . . . 

Joseph W. Van Winkle 

J. L.Peetz 

John W, Howell . . . . 



Hobbs . ., 

New Lancaster . . 

Tipton 

Jackson 

Atlanta 

Goldsmith . . . . 
Goldsmith . . . . 

Wiles . _ 

Groomsville . . . 
Sharpsville . . . . 
Sharpsville . . . . 

Windfall 

Windfall 

Windfall . . . . 
Liberty Township 
Wildcat Township 



November 21, 1894 
November 21, 1894 
November 21, 1894 
November 21, 1894 
November 21, 1894 
November 21, 1894 
November 21, 1894 
November 21, 1894 
November 21, 1894 
November 21, 1894 
November 21, 1894 
November 21, 1894 
November 21, 1894 
November 21, 1894 
June 12. 1895. 
March 16, 1896. 



219 

JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 
UNION COUNTY. 



NAME. 


POSTOFFICE. 


Datb of Commissiok, 






November 19, 1894, 




Liberty 

Cottage Grove 


November 19,1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19. 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19. 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 19, 1894 




Ezra Lopuz . _. 
























Dunlapsville 

College Corner, 

College Corner, 

College Corner, 

Quakertown 

Quakertown . 

Quakertown 




John M Bell 




Thomas Pentecost 




Andrew J. Weers 

John M. Stanton 

Morton Witt ... 























VANDERBURGH COUNTY. 



Henry Bursrabb", Jr. 
Bichard Litchfield . 
John B. Broker . 
Edward Schmodel . 
George A. Wright. . 
Henry Stokley . . . 
John F. Bdmond . . 
Albert L Keith. . . 
A. J. Augermeier . . 
Henry W. Hartig . . 
Samuel McDonald . 
John Thiel ..... 
James L. Crist . . . 
Henry Sehnelle, Jr . 
Joseph P. Elliott . . 
Phylander D. Viets. 
Eben C.Poole. . . . 
Brackett Mills . . . 
Wm. Francke, Sr . . 



Inglefield .... 
Inglefield .... 
Bvansville . . . 
Evansville . . . 
Evansville . . . 
Evansville . . . 
Cypress . . 
Cypress .... 
St. Joseph .... 

Kasson 

Armstrong. . . . 
Armstrong. . . . 

Zipps 

McCutchan villa. 
Evansville . . . 
Evansville . . . 
Evansville . . . 
Evansville . . . 
Pigeon Township 



November 17, 
November 17, 
November 17, 
November 17, 
November 17, 
November 17, 
November 17, 
November 17, 
November 17, 
November 17, 
November 17, 
November 17, 
November 17, 
Noveaiber 17, 
November 17, 
November 17, 
November 17, 
November 17, 
June 26, 1895. 



1894. 
1894. 
1894, 
18M. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 
1894. 



VERMILLION COUNTY. 



Andrew Marlott . . . 
Merrideth Lewis . . . 
William C. Levore . . 
Robert Slaughter . . . 
James 0. Higgins . . . 
Charles Dunlap . . . . 
John L. Eggleston . . 
John W. Parrett . . . 
Albert Henderson. . . 
Albert K. Mahan . . . 

John Self 

Richard E. Whitlock . 
Reason A. Wells . . . 
John W. Risher . . . . 
George T. Richardson 
George 0. Nichols. . . 
William Koehler . . . 
Andrew J. Pitts. . . . 



Perrysville . . . . 

Gessie 

Eugene 

Cayuga 

Cayuga 

Cayuga 

Newport 

Newport 

Quaker Hill . . . . 

St. Bernice 

Hillsdale 

Dana 

Clinton 

Clinton 

Fugene Township. 

Clinton 

.Perrysville . . . . 
Dana 



November 14, 1891, 
November 14. 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14,1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14,1894 
November 14,1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14,1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14,1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1891 
March 7, 1895. 
June 16. 1896. 
September 19, 1896, 
October 13, 1896. 



220 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



VIGO COUNTY. 



NAME. 


POSTOFFICE. ■ 


Date of Commission. 


John P. Wible 




November 16 IR^^ 






November 16 
November 16 
November 16 
November 16 
November 16 
November 16 
November 16 
November 16 
November 16 
November 16 
November 16 
November 16 
November 16 
November 16 
December 15 
December 15 
December 17 
December 17 
December 17 
December 17 
December 17 
December 17 
December 17 
November 24 
November 24 
November 24 
November 24 
December 4 


1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 






Atherton 

Burnett 




Pleasant Lindley 




Thomas High 

Ross Meneely 


Fontanet 

Fontanet 




John L. Watson 

Marion Lightner 


Prairie Creek 

Prairieton 






Nelson ... 

St. Mary's 




Thomas Parker 




Francis M. Howe 


Macksville 




Elijah Staggs 


Riley 

Terre Haute 

Terre Haute 

Terre Haute 




Wm. P. Bennett 

Levi G. Benson 




W. H. McCoskey 

Wm. Sinclair 


Youngstown 

Youngstown 

Lost Creek Township .... 
Lost Creek Township .... 
Lost Creek Township -. . . . 

Fayette Township 

Fayette Township 

Fayette Township 

Pierson Township 

Riley Township 

Riley Township 

Riley Township 

Harrison Township 

Harrison Township 




William M. Gray 








Philo H. Harkness 




Emory Seldomridge 

Joseph P. Chapman 




Nathaniel Donham 

Linius Moyer 

i^amuel Slavens 




Wm.P. McCarthy 




William P. McCarthy 

A. B. Felsenthal 




Jerry R. Watts 


Fontanet 

Seeleyville 


June 22, 1895. 


Relious H. Modisett ~ . . . 


August 20, 1895. 


Thomas J. Ward 

James A. Sheridan 


St. Mary's 

Pierson Township 


September 3, 1895. 
January 16, 1896. 



WAB.\8H COUNTY. 



Wm. H. Ridgely 


North Manchester 

North Manchester 

Liberty Mills 

Wabash 

Wabash 


Novembef 12, 1894 




George Coble .... 


November 12, 1894 
November 12, 1894 
November 12, 1894 
November 12, 1894 
November 12, 1894 
November 12, 1894 
November 12, 1894 
November 12, 1894 
November 12, 1894 
November 12, 1894 
November 12,1894 
November 12, 1894 
November 12,1894 
November 12,1894 
November 12, 1894 
November 12.1894 




Wm. J. Abbott 




Charles R. Lassell 

Ezra G. Brewer 




Albert Taylor 


VVabash 




Wm. Stewart 






Thomas P. McNeil 






Daniel Gift. 

Wm. Knick 


LaGro 

LaGro 




Dennis W.Wilson 




Andrew J. Palmer 






Authony W. HofiFman. 


Roann 

Wabash 

Somerset 




John D. Wiley 




George R. Weesner 




Wilson L. West 




Henry B.Scott 






Theodore W. McClure 


LaGro Township 

Pleasant Township 


October 26, 1893. 


Lewis Kragle 


May 9, 1896, 





221 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



WAEREN COUNTY. 



NAME. 



Samuel C. Fisher . . 

KobertHall 

Reuben H. Ivins . . 
George W. Black . . 
John W. Perry . . . 
Thomas Barllett . . 
Wm. Vincent .... 
Daniel W.Reed. . . 
Nicholas A. Swadley 
J. A. Crawlord . . . 

P. Farr 

Charles W. Ogle. . . 

Daniel Rex 

John W.Edwards. . 
Isaac N. Below . . . 

J. B. Judy. 

Enoch Brazelton . . 
Enoch McNeal . . . 
Oswell Vautress. . . 
John 0. Hock .... 
N. V. Farmer .... 
C. W. Osburn .... 



POSTOFFIGE. 



Williamsport . 
Wiliiimsport . . 
Williamsport . . 
State Line City . 
Williamsport . . 
Williamsport . . 
West Lebanon. . 
West Lebanon, . 
Pine Village. . . 
Prairie Township 
Prairie Township 
Johnsonville . . 
Independence. . 
Independence. . 
Pine Village. . . 
Jordan Township 

Hedrick 

Rainsville 

Rainsville. . . . , 
Greenhill . . . . , 
Medina Township 
Pike Township . , 



Date of Commissioh. 



November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894, 
November 10, 1894 
November 10,1894 
November 10,1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10,1894 
November 10, 1894 
November 10, 1894 
January 26, 1895. 
January 26, 1895. 
June 16, 1895. 



WAERICK COUNTY. 



Charles A. Fischer . . 
Silas Siscel . . 

John A. Wilkinson . . 
Louis Lockhart . . . . 
Frederick S, Riggs . . 
Allen C. Hunt . . . 
J.B.Mitchem . . . . 
Henry F. Jarret . . . 
Henry Bond, Jr . . . . 
Isaac E. McSwane . . 
Alexander C. Stuckey 
Benjamin G. Cox . . . 

John Taylor 

W. W.Dorsey 

Joseph J. Madden . . 
Owen C.Pirdue . . 
Chas. M. Harrington . 
Thomas Maloney . . . 
William B.Pain . . . 
George W. Wetherill . 
William H. Bone . . . 
David Dimmitt ■ . . . 
Thos. B.Youneblood . 
William Z. Selby . . . 



Yankeetown . 
Yankeetown . 
Boonville . . . 
Boonville . . . 
Boonville . . . 

Canal 

Welters .... 
Elberfeld . . . 
Elberfeld . . . 
Lynnville . . . 
Lynnville . . . 
Scalesville. . . 
Scalesville. . . 
Folsomville . . 
Folsomville . . 
Newburgh . . . 
Newburgh. . . 
Chandler . . . 
Heilman. . . . 
Heilman. . . . 
Tennyson . . . 
Tennyson . . . 
Boon Township 
Yankeetown . 



November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14. 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894, 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14. 1894 
March 11, 1895. 
September 13, 1895 



222 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



WASHINGTON COUNTY. 



NAME. 



POSTOFFICB. 



Date op Commission. 



Thomas J. Lester . 
Peter Brough . . 
William Spurgeon 
William Jean 
Charles T. Chastain 
James B. Berkey . 
James M.Cauble . 
Melville Hobbs . . 
Romulus S. Hosea 
Geo. R. Gray 
O.K.Martin . . . 
Elisha W.Newby 
John Cromer . . . 
Morgan Barnett . 
William A. Elliott 
Christian Prow . . 
Samuel H. Karnes 
Horace L. Gray . 
W. a. Hunter 



Little York . . . . 
Lesterville . . . . 

Delaney 

Campbellsburg . . 
Campbellsburg . . 
Campbellsburg . . 
Hitchcock . . . . 

Canton 

Bartle 

Blue River . . . . 
Pierce Township . 
Howard Township 
Frekerickfburg . . 
Hardinsburg . . . 
Saltilloville . . 
Campbellsburg . . 
Martinsburg . . . 
Polk Township . . 
Fredericksburg . . 



November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1S94 
November 16, 1894 
November 16. 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894 
November 16, 1894, 
November 16, 1894 
November 19, 1894 
November 22, 1894 
November 24,1894 
July 2, 1895. 
Novembers, 1895. 



WAYNE COUNTY. 



Oscar Paddock . . 
.John W. Morgan . . 
Eli Wasson . , . 
Peter L. Beard . . . 
Joseph Sykes . . 
John M. Albertson . 
Benj. W. Addleman 
Adam R. Hiatt . . 
James A. Cranor . . 
Cyrus T. Swain . . . 
James Lichty. . . . 
Orestes A. Kepler . 
Maberry M. Lacey . 
Frank L. Strong . . 
Thomas H. Frazier . 
John Mills . . 

Peter M. Wisler. 
Thomas R.Jessup . 
John S. Lyle 
Prank 11. Baldridge 
Isaac P. C. Steddam 
Zimri Hanson . . . 



Abington 

Oenterville . . . . 

Boston 

Boston 

Greensfork . . . . 
Greensfork . . . . 
White Water . . . 

Bethel 

Williamsburg . . . 

Dublin 

East Germantown 
Cambridge City . . 
Fountain City. . . 
Fountain City. • . 

Economy 

Economy 

Milton 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Hagerstown . . . . 
Webster Township 
Dalton 



November 15, 
November 15, 
November 15, 
November 15, 
November 15. 
November 15, 
November 15, 
November 15, 
November 15, 
November 15, 
November 15, 
November 15, 
November 15, 
November 15, 
November 1*1, 
November 15, 
November 15, 
November 15, 
Novp.mber 15, 
April 21, 1895. 
June 8, 1895. 
July 3, 1895. 



1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1S94 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1891 
]89t 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 



223 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



WELLS COUNTY. 



NAME. 



Samuel Jackson . . . . . 
Joseph M. Griffith . . , 
Benjamin R. B. Holeomb 

JohnJellison 

Milton Morgin 

James P. Mounsey . . . , 

Adam W. Miller 

Levi Highlen 

William Eliek 

George Fusselman . . . . 

William A. Lee 

Warren B. Walser . . . . 
Thomas L. Wisner . . . . 

John O'Brien 

John L. Keyser 

Norval J. Sutton 

John W. Sweeney 

John G. Gorrell 

James K. Beaty 

John W. Feuner 

Barvey B. Sark 

John Beaty 

John Bell 

J. H.HoflFacker 



POSTOFFICE. 



Date of Commission. 



Warren 

Jackson Township . . 

Keystone 

Mt. Zion 

Liberty Center . . . . 

Mt. Zion 

Waikel 

Barber's Mills 

Uniondale 

Ossian 

Poneta. 

Domestic 

BluflFton 

Bluffton 

BluflFton 

Murray 

Bluffton 

Ossian 

Ossian 

Ossian 

Poneto 

Zmesville 

Keystone 

Rock Creek Township. 



November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14,1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
Noeember 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
November 14, 1894 
March 23. 1895. 
June 25, 1895. 
December 30, 1895. 
June 15, 1896. 



WHITE COUNTY. 



William Truax . . 
Ferguson D. Carson . 
Marion Benjamin. . . 
George Shell . . 
D. A. G. Rayhouser . . 
James C. Gross . . . 
Henry H Logan . . . 
rhomas Shuey . . . 
Wm. V. Trowbridge . 
John T. Barnes . . . . 

James Hay 

Chester C. French. . . 
James E. Carson . . . 
3eorge Tyrrell . . . . 
John Raymond . . . . 
rhomas D. Jones . . . 
Joseph J. Hockett . . 
Albert R. Rishling . . 

James Lavrie 

Charles Albertson. . . 
John T. Rader . . . 
Richard F.Griffing . . 

Ralph Lawrie 

John Saunders . . . 
John E. Worthington. 
Philip M. Benjamin . 
Benj. P. Ross . . . . 
Ekiward R. Price . . . 
W^alter Carr 



Reynolds 

Reynolds 

Buffalo 

Monticello 

Chalmers 

Chalmers 

Royal Center 

Headlee 

Burnett's Creek 

Idaville 

Brookston 

Brookston 

Brookston 

Woleott 

Round Grove Township, 

Monon 

Monon 

Lee. 

Reynolds 

Woleott 

Woleott 

Woleott 

Scofield 

Monticello 

Monticello 

Monticello 

Union Township . . . . 
Big Creek Township . . 
Reynolds 



November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
September 
September 
September 



,1894 
,1'»94 
,18H 
,1894 
,1894 
, 1894 
,1894 
,1894 
,1894 
, 1894 
,1894 
,1894 
,1894 
.1894 
,1894 
, 1894 
.1894 
,1894 
.1894 
,1894 
, 1894 
,1894 
,1894 
,1894 
,1894 
14. 1894 
7, 1895. 
16,1895 
23, 1895 



k 



224 



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE— Continued. 



WHITLEY COUNTY. 



NAME. 



POSTOFFICE. 



Date op Commission, 



Manderville Q. Carter . 
William Harbage . . . . 
John Trachsel . . 

Harvey W. McConnell . 
Albert J. Smith . , . 
George W. Halderbaum 
Franklin Hunt . . . . 
Commodore P. Reed . . 
James L. Johnston . . . 
Benjamin Yontz . . . . 
Casper W. Lamb 
Benjamin F. Menaugh . 

Henry M. Keel 

Charles D. Stickler . . . 
Roland P. Jackson . . . 
Thomas D. Watson . . 

William Swartz 

Andrew J. Sine 

Edwin J. Smith 

George W. Utt 

William A. Sumney . . 
Samuel H. Sickafoose . 



Collamer 

South Whitley. . . . 

Larwill 

Larwill 

Lorane 

Larwill 

Heela 

Armas 

Columbia City. . . . 
Columbia City. . . . 
Columbia City. . . . 
Columbia City. . . . 

Tunker 

Peabody 

Land 

Dunfee 

Coesse 

Coesse 

Churubusco 

Churubusco . . . . 

Collins 

Cleveland Township 



November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
Novemi er 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
November 
August 22, 



10, 1894 
10, 1894 
10, 1894 
10, 1894 
10, 1894 
10, 1894 
10, 1894 
10, 1894 
10, 1894 
10, 1894 
10, 1894 
10, 1894 
10, 1894 
10, 1894 
10, 1894 
10, 1894 
10, 1894 
10, 1894 
10, 1894 
10, 1894 
10, 1894 
1895. 



INDIANA. 



ABSTEACT OF YOTE 



Presidential Electors, State Officers, Congressmen, Judges, Prose- 
cuting Attorneys, and Members of General Assembly, 



November Election, 1896, 



Consolidated Roster of Such Officers, Showing Expiration of Their 
Terms, Including County Officers. 



OKKICIAL. 



WILLIAM D. OWEN, 

Secretary of State. 

15 — Sec. State. 



226 



ABSTRACT OF VOTE CAST FOR PRESIDENTIAL 
ELECTORS NOVEMBER 3, 1896. 



First Elector on Each Ticket. 



COUNTIES. 



Electors. 



3 



TS 




u 




cd 


,^ 


"O 


ce 


C 


g 


-^5 


.2 


-3«3 


CJ 


CD 


^ 



Adams . . . 

Allen . . . 
Bartholomew 

Benton . . . 

Blackford . 

Boone . . . 

Brown . . . 

Carroll. . • 

Cass . i, (. . 

Clark . ;. ; 

Clay. . . . 

Clinton. . . 

Crawford . . 

Daviess . . 

Dearborn . . 

Decatnr , . 

Dekalb - . 

Delaware. . 

Dubois . . . 

Elkhart . . 

Fayette . . 

Floyd . . . 

Fountain . 

Franklin . , 

Fulton . . . 

Oibson . . . 

Grant . . . 

Greene . . . 

Hamilton . 

Hancock . . 

Harrison . . 

Hendricks . 

Henry . . . 

Howard . . 
Huntington 



3,340 


1,613 


31 


26 


16 


9,909 


8,467 


57 


149 


13 


8,198 


3,264 


13 


28 


19 


1,5 2 


1,998 


24 


12 


7 


2,272 


2,154 


23 


8 


44 


3,800 


3,449 


27 


19 


8 


1,480 


726 


15 


1 


3 


2,764 


2,546 


36 


6 


15 


4,851 


4,392 


54 


26 


45 


3,785 


3,897 


22 


36 


12 


4,482 


3,823 


37 


11 


31 


3,747 


3,607 


33 


13 


55 


1,655 


1,490 


4 


1 


2 


3,785 


3,120 


19 


4 


4 


3,313 


2,714 


26 


6 


5 


2,520 


2,848 


17 


6 


23 


3,678 


3,137 


33 


25 


13 


4,253 


7,340 


58 


20 


94 


3,005 


1.215 


3 


14 


6 


4,986 


6,150 


152 


28 


42 


1,609 


2,145 


11 


7 


11 


3,f.44 


3,874 


21 


36 


4 


2,997 


2,809 


22 


15 


10 


2,844 


1,760 


12 


4 


1 


2,409 


2,349 


10 


14 


12 


3,622 


3,471 


42 


11 


29 


5,072 


7,723 


128 


21 


143 


3,344 


3,434 


21 


16 


15 


2,947 


4,643 


47 


10 


113 


2,886 


2,236 


23 


15 


13 


2,813 


2,486 


25 


12 


13 


2,366 


3,409 


33 


18 


46 


2,980 


4,001 


48 


7 


54 


3,191 


4,195 


86 


12 


60 


3,750 


4,117 


54 


33 


68 



227 



VOTE CAST FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS— Con. 



COUNTIES. 



Electors. 



s 
a. 



ZD 



'-3 SJ 



3,574 
1,608 
3,680 
2,645 
1,850 

3,083 
4,349 
3,372 
1,665 
3,418 

4,511 

2,421 

7,590 

20,654 

3,588 

1,719 
3,602 
2,422 
4,183 
2,414 

1,204 

3,071 

634 

1,797 
2,070 

2,777 
2,109 
2,557 
2,026 
3,103 

1,964 
3,21s 
2,677 
2,714 
2,602 

1,23" 
3,828 
2,745 
1,214 
1,674 



2,670 
2,032 
3,473 
3,636 
2,040 

2,288 
3,480 
4,342 
2,442 
4,883 

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3,103 
8,388 
27,353 
2,938 

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2,510 
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2,688 

1,545 
3,372 

705 
2,044 
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2,847 
2,139 
2,332 
2,853 
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1,345 
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ABSTRACT OF VOTE FOR MEMBERS OF CONGRESS 
NOVEMBER 3, 1896. 



FIRST CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



COUNTIES. 


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Gibson 


3,232 
2,438 
2,901 
2,774 
6.857 
2,654 


3.471 
2,342 
2,479 
2,979 
8,064 
2,472 


455 


Pike .... 

Posey 


95 
211 




32 


Viinderburgh 


255 


Warrick 


265 






Total 


20,856 


21,807 
951 


1,313 













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DaviesB 


3,395 


3,057 


430 


Enox . ! ! ' 


2,815 
3,956 
2,329 
1,482 

2,353 


3,419 
3,427 
3,057 
1,339 
2,418 


529 
417 
133 
259 
158 


Lawrence 


Martin 

Monroe 


Ballivan 


1,918 
3,509 


1,738 
2,304 


166 
533 


ToUI 


21,757 
998 


20,759 


2,625 


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George R. 

Winchell. 


Frank M. 

Qarriott. 


Clark 


3,819 
1.590 
2,961 
3,672 
2,765 
1,777 
2,071 
1,206 
2,557 


3,846 
1,488 
1,191 
3,744 
2,487 
2,051 
2,128 
845 
2,204 


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34 
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16 










38 


Floyd 














35 


Scott 






7 








Total . 


22,418 
2,434 


19,984 


111 


71 


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Bartholomew 

Brown 

Dearborn 

Decatur 

Jackson 

JefiFerson 

Jennings 

Ohio 

Ripley 

Switzerland 

Total 

Holman's plurality 



3,250 
1,355 
3,342 
2,535 
3,509 
2,654 
1,866 
649 
2,686 
1,748 



23,594 
825 



3,203 
775 
2,671 
2,833 
2,639 
3,625 
2,024 
680 
2,680 
1,639 



22,769 



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21 
14 
18 
14 



108 



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Clay . 


4,493 
2,388 
2,454 
2,820 
3,233 
1.831 
7,706 


3,771 




3,376 




2,678 


Parke 


2,826 




2,626 




2.137 




7,876 








Total ........ 


24,925 


25.29a 




365 









252 



SIXTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



Payette 
Franklin 
Hancock 
Henry . . 
Rush . . 
Shelby . 
Union . . 
Wayne . 



COUNTIES. 



Total 

Johnson's plurality] 



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1,613 
2.847 
2,901 
2,966 
2,611 
3,821 
916 
4,192 



21,867 



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3,054 
21,133 


2.305 
26,770 


8 




749 






Total 


24,187 


29,075 
4,888 


757 











EIGHTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



COUNTIES. 




Adams . . 
Blackford . 
Delaware . 
Jay ... . 
Madison. . 
Randolph . 
Wells . . . 



Total 

Henry'i plurality. 



3,242 


1,734 


2.308 


2,128 


4,290 


7,331 


3,625 


3.551 


7,684 


8.276 


2.626 


4,726 


3,638 


2,299 



27,413 



253 



NINTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



COUNTIES. 



Boone .... 
Carroll . . . 
Clinton . . . 
Fountain . . 
Hamilton . . 
Montgomery 
Tipton. . . . 



Total 

Landis' plurality . 




3,458 
2,531 
3,578 
2,832 
4,572 
4,340 
2,305 

23,616 
249 



TENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



COUNTIES. 



HM 



a a 



Benton . . 
Jasper. . . 
Lake . . . 
Laporte 
Newton . . 
Porter . . . 
Tippecanoe 
Warren . . 
White . . . 



Total 

Crumpaoker's majority 



1,584 
1,643 
3,480 
4,714 
1.216 
2.057 
4,762 
1,118 
2,546 



23,120 



1,976 
2,017 
4,820 
4,521 
1,537 
2,805 
6,143 
2,032 
2,408 



28,259 
5,139 



ELEVENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT. 



COUNTIES. 


a 

.a 
o. 
o 

00 

O 
•-J 


. ® 

o 

o 

CD 


1 

> 


Casa 


4,828 
5,111 
3,233 
3.795 
3,673 
2,944 


4,386 
7.659 
4.134 
4,081 
3,375 
4,218 


57 


Grant 


275 




129 




57 




40 


Wabash 


91 






Total . . 


23,584 


27,853 
4,269 


649 













254 



TWELFTH CONGRESSIONAL DiSTRIOT. 



COUNTIES. 


a 
o 

a 

ii 

S 

a 
>-> 


it 

o 
§ 

1-5 


Allen 


10,212 
3,659 
1,658 
3,110 
1,658 
2,455 


8,271 


Dekalb 


3,170 




2,438 


{{0|)|q . 


3,349 


.^tAnhpn 


2,687 




2,281 








Xoti! 


22,752 
, 556 


22,196 











THIRTEENTH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT 



COUNTIES. 



Eikbart . . 
Fulton . . 
Kosciusko. 
Marshall . 
Pulaski . . 
SUrke. . . 
St. Joseph. 



5,033 
2,370 
3,399 
3,570 
1,943 
1,244 
6,369 



Total 

Royse's majority 



23,928 



6,092 
2,369 
4,335 
2,970 
1,384 
1,264 
7,100 



25,514 
1,586 



MEMBERS OF CONGRESS ELECTED NOV. 3, 1896. 



DISTRICT. 


NAME. 


POLITICS. 


Firet 

Second 


James A. Hemenway 

Robert W.Miers 


Republican. 


Third 


William T.Zenor 

William 8. Holinan 

George W. Faris. '. 

Henry U. Johnson 

Jesse Overstreet 


Democrat. 

Democrat. 

Repablican. 

Republican. 

Republican. 

Republican. 

Republican. 

Republican. 

Republican. 

Democrat. 

Republican. 


Fourth 


Fifth 


Sixth 


Seventh 


Eighth 


Charles L. Henry ........ 

Charles B. Landis 


Ninth 


Tenth ... 


Edgar D. Crumpacker. .....' 

George W.Steele .... 


Eleventh 


Twelfth 


James N. Robinson 

L«uue] W.Royse. . . . 


Thirteenth 







255 



VOTE CAST FOR JUDGES OF CIRCUIT COURTS, 
NOVEMBER 3, 1896. 



FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— D.C.Qivens. H. A. Mattison. Jos. P. McDonagh. 

Vanderburgh 7,166 -7,660 211 

Total 7,166 7,660 211 

THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Christ W. Cook. J. H. Weathers. H. M. LaFollette. 

Crawford 1,457 1,612 33 

Harrison 2,721 2,497 38 

Total 4,178 4,109 71 

FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Hiram Francisco. Perry E. Bear. 

Jefferson 3,093 3,153 

Total 3,093 3,153 

SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Noah S. Qivan. Geo. M. Roberts. 

Dearborn 3,191 2,781 

Ohio 637 679 

Switzerland 1,716 1,635 

Total '. 5,544 5,095 

TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties — Newton Crooke. Wm. H. Martin. 

Lawrence 2,406 3.042 

Monroe 2,354 2,521 

Total 4,760 5,563 

ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties^ Oscar M. Welborn. M. W. Fields. J. G. Madden. 

Gibson 3,252 3,509 342 

Posey 2,973 2,400 143 

Total 6,225 5,909 485 

SEVENTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Thos. J. Study. Henry C. Fox. 

Wayne 4,010 6,610 

Total 4,010 6,610 

NINETEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Edgar A. Brown. Henry Clay Allen. 

Marion 21,544 26.611 

Total 21,544 26,611 



256 



TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Barton S. Higgins. Oliver P. Mahan, 

Boone 3.831 3,383 

Xotal 3,831 8,383 

TWENTY-SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Jere West. Melville W.Bruer. 

Montgomery ^.383 4,148 

Total 4.383 4,148 

TWENTY-FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Meade Vestal. JohnF.Neal. Robert Denny. 

Hamilton 2,933 4,498 147 

ToUl 2,933 4,498 147 

TWENTY-SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Harvey B. Shiveley. 

Wabash • 4,190 

Total 4,190 

THIRTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties- William Darroch. S. P. Thompson, 

Benton • . . . . 1.567 1,944 

Jasper 1,660 1,948 

Newton 1,324 1,393 

Total 4,551 5,285 

THIRTY-THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Joseph W. Adair. Levi W. Welker. 

Noble 3,255 3,143 

Whitley 2,432 2,274 

Total 5,687 5,417 

THIRTY-SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— L. J. Kirkpatrick. W. W. Mount. Charlton Bull. 

Howard 3,211 4,044 155 

Tipton 2,549 2,316' 209 

Total 5,760 6,360 364 

THIRTY-SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties- Ferd. S. Swift. L. L. Broaddus. 

^"yett* 1,564 2,148 

Franklin 2,831 1,734 

^oion g98 1,105 

Total 5,293 4,987 

FORTY-FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties- Albertus C. Capron. Michael L. Essiok 

*'"'''^° 2,278 2,437 

***'■■*'*" 3,525 2,950 

'^''^' 5,803 5,387 



257 



FORTY-SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Samuel B, Voyles. D. M. Alspaugh. 

Jackson 3,508 2,585 

Orange 1,767 2,017 

Washington 2,567 2,161 

Total 7,842 6,793 

FORTY-THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, 

County— David N. Taylor. James. E. Piety. Chas. A. Cale. Martin Hollinger. 

Vigo 7,255 7,708 49 418 

Total .... 7,255 7,708 49 418 



FORTY-FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Geo. W. Beenian. William Spangler. 

1,825 1,489 

1,242 1,241 

Total 3,067 2,730 

FORTY-FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

ity — James V. Kent. O.C.Brumbaugh. M.S.Morrison, 

nton 3,717 3,476 66 

Total 3,717 3,476 66 

FIFTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

ity— Edward F. Daily. John F. McClure. 

.dison 7,593 8,260 

Total 7,593 8,260 

FIFTY-FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

ity— Jabez T. Cox. Nott N. Antrim. 

ami 3,558 3,426 

Total 3,558 3,426 

FIFTY-THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

ity — D.W.Chambers. Wm. 0. Barnard, 

nry 2,834 4,114 

Total 2,834 4,114 

FIFTY-FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, 

Francis E. Bowser. Hiram S. Biggs. 
3,419 4,227 

Total 3,419 4,2-27 

FIFTY-SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Wm. A. Traylor. Eugene A. Ely. 

2,715 1.401 

219 4,483 

Total 2,934 5,884 

17 — Sec. State. 



258 



JUDGES OF 


CIRCUIT COURT 


ELECTED NOVEMBER 




3, 1896. 


DISTRICT. 


NAME. 


TERM. 


First 


Hamilton A. Mattison . . 


Six years from November 17, 1896. 


Third 


Christ. W. Cook . . . 




Six years from Octeber 22, 1897. 


Fifth 


Perry E. Bear . . . 








Six years from October 22, 1897. 


Seventh 


Noah S. Givan 








Six years from October 21, 1897. 


Tenth 


William H. Martin 








Six years from November 10, 1896. 


Eleventh 


Oscar M. Welborn 








Six years from October 24, 1897. 


Seventeenth 


Henry C. Fox . . . 








Six years from November 13, 1896, 


Nineteenth 


Henry Clay Allen 








Six years from November 11, 1896. 


Twentieth 


Barton S. Higgins 








Six years from November 10, 1896. 


Twenty-second . . . 


Jere West 








Six years from October 21, 1897. 


Twenty-fourth .... 


John F. Neal . . . 








Six years from October 19, 1897. 


Twenty-seventh . . . 


Harvey B. Shiveley 








Six years from October 21, 1897. 


Thirtieth 


Simon B. Thompson 








Six years from November 10, 1896. 


Thirty-third 


Joseph W. Adair 








Six years from November 17, 1896. 


Thirty-sixth .... 


Walter W. Mount . 








Six years from November 14, 1896. 


Thirty-seventh . . . 


Ferd. S. Swift . . . 








Six years from October 22, 1898. 


Forty- first 


Albertus C. Capron 








Six years from November 14, 1896. 


Forty-second .... 


Samuel B. Voyles . 








Six years from November 10, 1896. 


Forty-third 


James B. Piety . . 








Six years from November 10, 1896. 


Forty-fourth 


George W. Beeman 








Six years from November 12, 1896. 


Forty-fifth 


James V. Kent 








Six years from November 12, 1896. 


Fiftieth 


John F. McClure . 








Six years from November 12, 1896. 


Fifty-first 


JabezT. Cox . . 








Six years from November 17, 1896. 


Fifty-third 


William 0. Barnard 








Six years from November 17, 1896. 


Fifty- fourth 


Hiram S. Briggs . 








Six years from November 17, 1896. 


Fifty-seventh .... 


Eugene A. Ely . . 








Six years from November 16, 1896. 



VOTE CAST FOR JUDGES OF SUPERIOR COURTS, 
NOVEMBER 3, 1893. 



County— Thomas Bagot. 

Madison 7,505 

Total 7,505 

Counties— John E. Cass. 

Lake 3,493 

Laporte 4,711 

Porter 2,155 

Total 10,359 



Henry C. Ryan. 

8,347 

8.347 

Harry B.Tuthill. 

4,675 
4,416 
2,637 



11,728 



JUDGES OF SUPERIOR COURT ELECTED NOVEM- 
BER 3, 1896. 



COUNTY. 


NAME. 


TERM. 


Madison 

Lake, Laporte and Porter .... 


Henry C. Ryan .... 
Harry B. Tuthill . . 


4 years from November 20, 1896. 
4 years from January 1, 1897. 



259 



VOTE CAST FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEYS, NO- 
VEMBER 3, 1896. 



FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

W. B.Frendenberg. Andrew J. Clark. Aug. J. Mathen. 
6,875 7,969 216 

Total 6,875 7,969 216 

SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— T. W, Lindsey. Delmer E. Boyd. 

Perry 2,082 2,084 

Spencer 2,742 2,952 

Warrick 2,692 2,430 

Total 7,516 7,466 

THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

C.L.Fleshman. T.J.Wilson. S.D.Baylor. 

1,563 1,464 48 

2,737 2,463 42 

Total 4,300 3,927 90 

FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— H. C. Montgomery. L. L. Robinson. 

Clark. . 3,848 3,778 

Total 3,848 3,778 

FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— John McGregor. C.J.Roberts. 

Jefferson 2.771 3,457 

Tot^l 2,771 3,457 

SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, 

Counties— M.R.Connelly. F.M.Thompson. 

Ripley 2,597 2,732 

Jennings 1,829 2,021 

Scott 1,203 839 

Total 5,629 5,592 

SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

H. R. McMullen. 

3,322 

643 

*. . . 1,719 

Total 5,684 

EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Geo. W. Morgan. Elmer E. Roland, 

2,682 2,744 

2,504 2,836 

Total 5,186 5,580 



260 

NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— William H. Shea. Geo. W. Allison. 

Bartholomew 3,232 3,162 

Brown 1,277 , 826 

Total 4,509 3.988 

TENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Frank J. Dunn. James A.Zaring. 

Lawrence 2,385 3,053 

Monroe 2,419 2,427 

Total 4,804 5,480 

ELEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— James Kilroy. Wm. J. Travis. Oliver P. Bstes. 

Gibson 3,239 3,448 387 

Posey 2,955 2,390 151 

Total 6,194 5,838 538 

TWELFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— John T. Goodman. Alvin MeClure. Melvin Catt. 

Knox ... 3,865 3,508 377 

Total 3,865 3,508 377. 

THIRTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— John M. Rawley. Henry C. Lewis. 

Clay 4,182 3,687 

Putnam 3,132 2,619 

Total 7,314 6,306 

FOURTEENTH JUDICIAL CmCUIT. 

Counties— Charles D. Hunt. Alex. C. Cavins. 

Greene 2,858 3,414 

Sullivan 3,463 2,262 

Total 6321 5,676 

FIFTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties- Homer L. McGinnis. Alfred M. Bain. 

Morgan 2,427 2,662 

Owen 2,026 1,739 

Total 4,453 4,401 

SIXTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Alonzo Blair. 

Johnson 2,885 

Shelby 3,812 

Total 6,697 

SEVENTEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 
County- Roscoe E. Kirkman. 

Wayne 6,766 

Total 6,766 



261 



BWHTBENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

■County— John F. Wiggins. Sidney L. Walker. Joseph Hanna. 

Hancock 2,797 2,166 103 

Total 2,797 2,165 103 

NINETEENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

■County— Francis J. Reinhard. Charles S. Wiltsie. 

Marion 21,328 26,758 

Total 21,328 26,758 

TWENTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Reed Holloman. Noah Loughrun. 

Boone 3,751 3,475 

Total 3,751 3,475 

TWEN-Y-FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties — Arthur E. Yount. James W. Bussey. 

Fountain 2,959 2,786 

Warren 1,099 1,996 

Total 4,058 4,782 

TWENTY-SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Charles W. Burton. Dumont Kennedy. 

Montgomery 4,105 4,414 

Total 4,105 4,414 

TWENTY-THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Charles E. Arthur D. 

•County — Thompson. Cunningham. 

Tippecanoe 6,122 4,689 

Total. 6,122 4,689 

TWENTY-FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Philip J. Faris. Linnaus J. Baliiwii 

Hamilton 2,950 4,501 

Total 2,950 4,501 

TWENTY-FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Alva C.Hindsley. Clarkson L. Hutchens. 

Randolph 2,596 4,683 

Total 2,5% 4,683 

TWENTY-SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

■Couities— David E.Smith. Thornton J. Taylor. 

Adams 3,190 1,690 

Jay 3,407 3,509 

Total 6,597 5,199 

TWENTY-SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

•County— Albert Isley. Lincoln Qwynn. 

Wabash 2.909 4,189 

Total 2,909 4,189 



262 



TWENTY-EItlHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Aaron M. Waltz. John P. Boyd. 

Blackford 2,200 2,210 

Wells 3,469 2,503 

Total 5,669 4,713 

TWENTY-NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— George S. Kistler. Charles E. Hale. Charles B. Warne. Michael M. Howard. 

CasB 4,773 4,317 57 50 

Total .... 4,773 4,317 57 50 

THIRTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Meade S. Hays. Albert E. Chizum. 

Benton 1,602 1,910 

Jasper 1,613 1,997 

Newton , 1,217 1,500 

Total 4,432 5,407 

THIRTY-FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Nelson J. Bozarth. Thos. H. Heard. 

Lake 3,442 4,709 

Porter 2,037 2,747 

Total 5,479 7,456 

THIRTY-SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Alex. Wilhelm. John C. Richter. 

Laporte. . ■ 4,575 4,523 

St. Joseph 6,217 7,028 

Total 10,792 11,551 

THIRTY-THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Samuel E. Alvord. Benton E. Gates. 

Noble 3,151 3,260 

Whitley 2,407 2,296 

Total 5,658 5,556 

THIRTY-FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Frank J. Dunten. Charles G.Sims. 

Elkhart 4,935 6,038 

Lagrange 1,787 2,291 

Total 6,722 8,329 

THIRTY-FIFTH JUUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Joseph Butler. Julius Rhoads.^ 

Dekalb 3,608 3,135 

Steuben 1,607 2,715 

Total 5,215 5,850 

THIRTY-SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 
Counties— T. C. McReynolds. B. F. Harness. 

Howard 3,237 4,007 

Tipton 2,575 2,290 

Total 5,812 6,297 



263 



■Counties- 
Fa yette. 
Franklin 
Union 

Total 



THIRTY-SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, 



George L. Gray. 


Frank M.Smith 


1,598 


2,109 


2,823 


1,724 


905 


1,093 



5,326 



4,926 



County- 
Allen . 



Total 



THIRTY-EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 



N. D. Doughman. 
10,151 

10,151 



E. V. Harris. 

8,098 

8,098 



Jas. E. Graham. 

106 

106 



Counties- 
Carroll 
White . 



Total 



THIRTY-NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

JohnC.O'Dell, 

2,709 

2,421 



5,130 



Walter T. Hardy 
2,587 
2,407 

4,994 



FORTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 
Expired by limitation. 



Counties- 
Fulton . 
Marshall 

Total 



FORTY-FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 



Harry Bernetha. 


John A. Shunk, 


2,396 


2,299 


3,487 


2,964 



5,883 



5,263 



Counties- 
Jackson 
Orange . . . 
Washington 



Total 



FORTY-SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 



Thos. M. Honan. Eli B. Stephenson. 
3,559 2,536 

1,767 2,044 

2,532 2,177 



7,858 



e.T'V^ 



County— 
Vigo . 



Total 



FORTY-THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 



Vernon J. Barlow. 
7,508 

7,508 



Wm. Tiohenor. 
7.771 

7,771 



James Hodges. 
61 

61 



Counties— 
Pulaski 
Starke . 



Total 



FORTY-FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 



'.J. Vurpillat. 


Charles C.Kelley. 


1,915 


1,381 


1,156 


1,332 



3,071 



2,713 



County- 
Clinton 

Total 



FORTY-FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 



Wm. L. Palmer. 
3,667 

3,667 



Robert W.Irwin. 
3,533 

3,533 



Geo. M. Layton. 
70 

70 



County — 
Delaware 

Total , 



FORTY-SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 



Frank Feely. 
4,260 

4,260 



Henry L. Hopping. 
7,201 

7,201 



W. Maynard. 

127 

127 



264 



FORTY-SETENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— John S, McFaddin. Howard Maxwell, 

Parke 2,815 2,810 

Vermillion 1,823 2,119 

Total 4,638 4,929 

FORTY-EIGHTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Wilson D. Lett. Wm. M. Amsden. I. M. Hoagwood. 

Grant 4,918 7,527 284 

Total 4,918 7,527 284 

FORTY-NINTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Jas. B. Marshall. P. R. Wadsworth, 

Daviess 3,677 3,151 

Martin 1.7U 1,336 

Total 5,388 4,487 

FIFTIETH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Wm.A.Sprong. D.W.Seanlan. John C. Manning 

Madison 7,431 8,395 121 

Total 7,431 8,395 121 

FIFTY-FIRST JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Jos. N. Tillett. John F. Lawrence, 

Miami 3,608 3,358 

Total 3,608 3,358 

FIFTY-SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— William C. Utz. Edward M. McColloch, 

Floyd 3,703 3,612 

Total 3,703 3,612 

FIFTY-THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Wrighter B. Steele. Wm. P. Rawlina. 

Henry 4,082 2,864 

Total 4,082 2,864 

FIFTY-FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— Geo. W. Miles. M. H.Summy. 

Kosciusko 3,365 4,292 

Total 3,365 4,292 

FIFTY-FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— LoTi A. Barnett. Otis E. Gulley. 

Hendricks 2,306 3,376 

Total 2,306 3,376 

FIFTY-SIXTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

County— H. C. Underwood. John R. Day. Chas.E Goodwin, 

Huntington 3,693 4,061 87 

Total 3,693 4,061 87 



265 



FIFTr-SEVENTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 

Counties— Willard E. Cox. 

Dubois 2,809 

Pike 2,415 

Total . 5.224 



Virgil R. Green. 
1,285 
2.335 

3,620 



PKOSECUTING ATTORNEYS ELECTED NOVEMBER 

3, 1896. 



NAME. 


JUDICIAL CIRCUIT. 


TERM COMMENCES. 


Andrew J. Clark 


First 


October 22 1897 


Thomas W. Ijindsey . . . 






Charles L. Fleshman .... 


Third 


November 17, 1896. 
November 17, 1896. 


Harry C. Montgomery ... 


Fourth 


Clarence J. Roberts .... 


Fifth 


October 22 1897 


Marcius R. Connelly .... 


Sixth 


November 15,1896. 


Harry R. McMuUen .... 


Seventh 


November 17, 1896. 


Elmer E. Roland 


Eighth 


November 17, J896 


William H. Shea 


Ninth 


October 22, 1897. 


James A. Zaring 


Tenth 


October 22, 1897 


James Kilroy 


Eleventh 


November 15, 1896. 


John T. Groodman 


Twelfth 




John M. Rawley 


Thirteenth 


November 17, 1896! 


Charles D.Hunt 


Fourteenth 


October 29, 1897 


Homer L. Mcttinnis .... 


Fifteenth 


April 7. 1898. 


Alonzo Blair 


Sixteenth 


November 17, 1896 


Roscoe E. Kirkman 


Seventeenth 


November 17, 1896! 


John F.Wiggins 


Eighteenth 


November 17, 1896. 


Charles S.Wiltsie 


Nineteenth 


'November 17, 1896 


Reed Holloman 


Twentieth 


November 17, 1896. 


James W. Bussey .... 


Twenty- first 


November 17, 1896. 


Dumont Kennedy 


Twenty-second 


November 17, 1896. 


Charles E. Thompson . . . 


Twenty-third 


November 7, 1897. 


Linnaus J. Baldwin .... 


Twenty-fourth 


November 17, 1896. 


Clarkson L. Hutchens .... 


Twenty-fifth 


November 17, 1896. 


David E.Smith 


Twenty-sixth 


November 17, 1896. 


Lincoln Gwynn 


Twenty-seventh 


November 17, 1896. 


Aaron M. Waltz 


Twenty-eighth 


November 17, 1896. 


George S. Kistler 


Twenty-ninth 


November 17, 1896. 


Albert E. Chizum 


Thirtieth 


November 17, 1896 


Thomas H. Heard 


Thirty- first' . . .... 


November 17, 1896. 


John C. Richter 


Thirty-second 


October 22, 1897. 


Samuel E.Alvord 


Thirty-third 


November 17, 1896. 


Charles G. Sims 


Thirty-fourth 


October 22, 1897. 


Julius Rhoads 


Thirty-fifth 


October 28, 1897. 


Benjamin F. Harness . . . 


Thirty-sixth 


November 17. 1896. 


George L. Gray 


Thirty-seventh 


October 22, 1897. 


Newton D. Doughman . . . 


Thirty-eighth . . 


October 22, 1897. 


John U.O'Dell 


Thirty-ninth 


November 17, 1896. 


Harry Bernetha 


Forty-first 


November 17. 1896. 


Thomas M. Honan 


Forty-second ... 


October 22, 1897. 


William Tichenor .... 


Forty-third 


November 17, 1896. 


Frank J. Vurpillat 


Forty-fourth 


November 17, 1896. 


William L. Palmer 


Forty-fifth . 


November 14, 1896. 


Henry L. Hoppings 


r'orty-si.^th ... 


November 15, 1895. 


Howard Maxwell 


Forty-seventh 


November 17, 1896. 


William vi.Amsden 


Forty-eighth 


October 28, 1897. 


James B. Marshall 


Forty-ninth 


November 17, 1896. 


Daniel W.Scanlin 


Fiftieth 


November 12, 1896. 


Joseph N. Tillett 


Pitty-first ... 


November 17. 1896. 


William C. Utz 


Fifty-second 


November 14. 1896. 


Wrighter R. Steele 


Fifty- third 


October 22, 1897. 


Melvin H. Summy 


Fifty- fourth 


November 17. 1896. 


Otis E.GuUey 


Fifty-fifth 


November 17. 1896. 


John R. Day 


Fitty-sixth 


November 17, 1896. 


William E. Cox 


Fifty-seventh 


November 17.1896. 



NoTK— Fortieth Judicial Circuit expired by limitation. 

Note— The Fifty-seventh Circuit was created by the Legislature of 1895. 



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ABSTRACT OF VOTE CAST FOR STATE SENATORS^ 
NOV. 3, 1896— SIXTIETH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 

Connty— J. G. Winfrey. August Leich. R. Wyttenbach. 

Vanderburgh 6,698 8,106 222 

Total 6,698 8,106 222 

Counties— Wm. E, Patten. Chas. B. Duncan.. 

Floyd 3,592 3,679 

Washington 2,524 2,198 

Total 6,116 5,877 

Counties— Joseph H. Shea. Newton H. Myers^ 

Clark 3,780 3,816 

Jennings 1,838 2,019 

Scott 1,234 808 

Total 7,052 6,643 

Counties— E. E. Stroup. Wm. R. Pleak. 

Shelby 3,788 3,176 

Decatur 2,496 2,847 

Total 6,2?4 6,023 

Counties— Wm. A. Mason. 

Brown . 1,254 

Johnson 2,895 

Morgan ... 

Total 4,149 

Counties— F. A. Horner, W. D. McCullough.. 

Clay 4,383 3,758 

©Ken 1,998 1,756 

lfe)tal 6,381 5,514 

county— Daniel Fasig. Jacob D. Early. N. Evinger. C. M. Q-ilmore. 

Vigo 7,424 7,786 54 229 

Total .... 7,424 7,786 54 229 

Counties— Lucius A. Stockwell. Enoch G. Hogate^ 

Putnam 3,173 2,631 

Hendricks 2,341 3,362 

Total 5,514 5,993 

Counties— Wm. B. Gill, Jas. A. Campbell. Sam'l R. Artman. Robert Carrick.. 

Boone 3,782 3,796 3,441 3,430 

Clinton 3,726 3,747 3,546 3,565 

Montgomery . . 4,193 4,197 4,323 4,318 

Total .... 11,701 11.740 11,310 11,318 

County— Theodore Harrison. Harry S. New. 

Marion 21,118 26,734 

Total 21,118 26,734 

Martin H. Rice. Martin M. Hugg. Walter Kessler. Chas. S. Lewis. 

Marion 21,141 26,692 429 415 

Total .... 21,141 26,692 429 415 

Counties— John M. Bailey. Roscoe 0. Hawkins^ 

Hancock 2,885 2,206 

Marion 21,186 26,836 

Shelby 3,767 3,180 

Total 27,838 32;222 



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L. Nathan 
Counties— Wilkiason. Leonidas P. Newby. 

Fayette 1,578 2,122 

Henry 2,899 4,069 

Total 4,477 6,191 

Counties— Henry Reitenour. Walter Ii. Bill 

Delaware 4,226 7,273 

Randolph 2,590 4,692 

Total 6,816 11,965 

Counties— Geo. A. Landess. Lafayette Johnson. 

Grant 5,069 7,604 

Madison . 7,500 8,309 

Total 12,569 15,913 

County— ' J. Walter Wilstach. William R. Wood. 

Tippecanoe 4,736 6,064 

Total . . : 4,736 6,064 

Counties— Thos. N.Lief. Freemont Goodwine, 

Fountain 2,979 2,778 

Warren 1,097 2,014 

Total 4,076 4,792 

Counties— Thos. W. O'Conner. Sam. G. Brown. John B. Milroy 

Carroll 2,744 2,557 

Pulaski 1,892 1,406 . . . 

White . 2,490 2,403 2 

Total 7,126 6,366 2 

Counties— Louis J. Bobilya. B.VanSweringen. 

Allen 10,149 8,122 

Whitley 2,428 2,281 

Total 12,577 10,401 

Counties— Wm. H.Turner. Jos. C. Gochenour. 

Kosciusko 3,371 4,284 

Wabash 2,897' 4,194 

Total 6,268 8,478 

Counties— C. P. Drummond. M. W. Simons. 

Fulton 2,237 2,355 

Marshall 3,506 2,976 

Total 5,843 5,331 

County— Geo. W. Rogers. Uriah Culbert. Charles J. Brown. 

Laporte 4,558 4,539 38 

Total . 4,558 4,539 38 

County— J. W. Replogle. Orrin Z. Hubbell. James A. Work. B. F, Stephen!. 

Elkhart .... 5,041 5,987 153 43 

Total .... 5,041 5,987 153 43 

Counties— S. M. Hawthorne. Chas. S. Goar. 

Hamilton 3,005 4,523 

Tipton 2,766 2,297 

Total 5,771 6,820 



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Counties— • Wm. H. Nusbaum. Jas. H.Rose. 

Dekalb 3,630 3,130 

Noble 3,092 3,313 

Total 6,722 6,443 

Counties— John Q. A. Booth. N. W. Gilbert. 

Lagrange 1,668 2,418 

Steuben 1,664 2,640 

Total 3,332 5,058 



ABSTRACT OF VOTE CAST FOR REPRESENTATIVES 
NOV. 3, 1896— SIXTIETH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 



County— Wm. M. Waltman. Wm. T. Newton. W.A.Howard. 
Bartholomew 3,183 3,211 24 

Total 3,183 3,211 24 

County— Silvester V. Titus. Isaac N. Barker^ 

Boone 3,790 3,443 ' 

Total 3,790 3,443 

County — Chas E. Clauser. Abram B. Martin.. 

Carroll 2,749 2,559 

Total 2,749 2,559 

County— Frank Sence. Chas. B. Longwell. Homer Kessler.. 

Cass 4,685 ' 4,366 63 

Total 4,685 i,166 63 

v.'ounty— William H. Kunse. Elijah B. Rogers. 

Cass 89 49 

Total 89 49 

County-- T.A.Graham. H. C. Poin dexter. 

Clark 3,824 3,785 

Total 3,824 3.785 

County— Felix G.Thornton. Oliver James. John H. Modell. James R. Sanders. 

Clay 4,009 3,766 52 382 

Total .... 4,009 3,766 52 382 • 

County— Jas. A. Hedgcock. Edm. R.Floyd. Gus. A. Peters. 

Clinton 3,659 3,519 79 

Total 3,659 3,519 79 

County— Sanford Patterson. Josiah G.Allen. 

Daviess 3,692 2,994 

Total 3,692 2,994 

County— John Feist. Julius Severin. Charles P. Ward. 

Dearborn 3,258 2,650 4l 

Total 3,258 2,650 41 

County— Alexander Porter. Wm. H. Goddard. Charles P. Miller. 
Decatur 2,548 2,788 38 

Total 2,548 2,788 38 



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ity— Chas. M. Brown. James Provines. Melvin L. Bishop, 

kalb 3,637 3,103 39 

Total 3,637 3,103 39 

J.M.Anderson. Wm, L.Ross. Thad. S. Hutson. 
. . 4,216 7,257 ' 126 

Total 4,216 7,257 126 

ity— Frank H. Adams. Wilson Roose. Jacob Nold. Jos. W. Seaman, 

khart .... 4,949 6,037 152 45 

Total .... 4,949 6,037 152 45 

Evan B. 
ity— Stotsenburg. Robert W. Morris. 

)yd 3,590 3,736 

Total 3,590 3,736 

Sylvester H. 
Albert Schoonover. Elwell. 
2,951 2,805 

Total 2,951 2,805 

Milford P. 
ity — Evan L.Patterson. Hubbard, 

mklin 2,824 1,726 

Total 2,824 1,726 

ity— Wm. H. Green. Mart. L. Patterson. Samuel Hoffman. 

Iton 2,352 2,352 18 

2,352 2,352 18 

Martin L. Patter- 1 Special election, 
William H.Green. son. J' Nov. 24, 1896. 

1,980 2,077 

Total 1,980 2.077 

ity— David D. Hart. Jas. M. Cockrum. 

3son : 3,606 3,479 

Total 3,606 3,479 

ity— Lewis A.Wallace. Geo. H. Shideler. Cyrus Nesbit. 

ant 4,867 7,593 469 

Total 4,867 7,593 469 

ity— Seymour Riddle. Chas. E.Henderson. 

Bene 3,279 3,420 

Total 3,279 3,420 

Sam'I Wallingford. James. H. Harris. Oliver C. Lindley. 
, 2,969 4,520 150 

Total.. 2,969 4,520 150 

Montgomery Hamlin L. Strick- 
i.y — Marsh. land. George Walker, 

ncock 2,823 2,264 107 

Total 2,823 2,264 107 

ity — Jacob L.O'Bannon. John W.Milton, 
rrison 2,756 2,446 

Total -. 2,756 2,446 

John A.Jordan. James M. Barlow. David Hadley. 
2,309 3,367 76 

Total 2,309 3,367 76 



270 



Francis M. Smith. 

82 

82 

Wm. H. Carr. 

71 

71 

John W. Linck. 
3,511 

3,511 

Wm.P.Polk. 

151 



151 



Milton Fox. 
364 



County— Thos. B.Hunt. Erastus L. Elliott. 

Henry 2,886 4,076 

Total 2,886 4,076 

County— J. B. Freeman. S.E.Nicholson Jackson Morrow. 

Howard 3,286 4,081 99 

Total 3,286 4,081 99 

County— Geo. H. Bailey. John J. Hart. S. L. Morrison. 

Huntington . . 3,696 4.05,6 60 

Total .... 3,696 4,056 60 

County— Allen Swope. Hamlin Smith. 

Jackson 3,419 2,631 

Total 3,419 2,631 

County— J. L. Hammond. 

Jefferson 2,695 

Total 2,695 

'County— Strather Herod. J. W. LaQrange. John J. Demott. 

Johnson .... 2,851 2,284 56 

Total .... 2,851 2,284 56 

County— M. A. Claycomb. Bazil Gaither. 

Knox 3,908 3,427 

Total 3,908 3,427 

• County— Chas. W. Auglin. John W. Stetler. J. 

Kosciusko 3.370 4,276 

Total 3,370 4,276 

"County- Robt.M.Wigton. 

Lagrange ^ . ^ ^fi^^ 

Total 1'652 

County— Nicholas Scherer. 

Lake 3,431 

Total 3,431 

County- Harry R. Wair. 

Laperte ^.618 

Total *>618 

County— Wm. Hubbard. E. E. Fornshell. 

Madison 7,520 8.271 

Total 7,520 8,271 

County- -A.dam E. Wise. 

Marshall 3,526 

Total 3,526 

County— David Haifley. 

Miami 3,542 

Total 3,542 

David V. McCal- 

County- lister. 

Montgomery '*'^88 

Total 4,188 



364 

B. Lichtenwalter. 

57 

57 

J. N. Baboock. 
2,428 



2,428 



W. H. Riffenberg. 
4,699 

4,699 

W. W. Travis. 
4,473 



4,473 

Jos. 0. Morrison. 
121 

121 

Oliver A. Rea. 

2,955 

2,955 

John S. Wilson. 
3,422 

3,422 

Edward T. 

McCrea. 

4,335 

4,335 



271 



Robert F. Max- 

ity-^ well. 

irgan-. . ^ v v 2,444 

Total 2,444 

ity-- Rufus L. Myers, 

ble. . . 3,105 

Total 3,105 

ity — Luther U. Downey 

'en 1,983 

Total 1,983 

ity— Dick Miller, 

ike 2,833 

Total 2,833 

Walter C. Lind- Thomas J. Gib- John D. Cock- 

ity— sey. son. rell. 

rry 2,055 2,111 20 

Total .... 2,055 2,111 20 

ity — Sasser Sullivan. James A. Coates. 

le 2,412 2.325 

Total 2,412 2,325 

ity— William T. Brown. Leigh tJ. Furness, 

rter 1,990 2,757 

Total 1,990 2,757 

ity — Taylor I. Record, 

sey 2,976 

Total 2,976 

ity — .John H. James. Alex. H. Moore, 

tnam 3,144 2,614 

Total 3,141 2,614 

J. A. Williamson, 
2,589 

Total 2,589 

ity— Daniel Demaree. 

pley 2,645 

Total 2,645 

ity— W.S.Campbell. John Q. Thomas. Nelson Joyce, 

sh 2,594 2,826 33 

Total .... 2,594 2,826 33 

ity— B. S.Suttou. William Nading. Jesse M.Tindall. 

B'.by 3,705 3.238 55 

Total .... 3,705 3,238 55 

ity— John T. Leonard, 

ancer 2,749 

Total 2,749 

ity — Lorenzo D. Creel. Marvin B;. Butler, 

luben 1,643 2,652 

Total 1,643 2,652 



Quincy A. Blank- 
enship. 

2,647 

2.647 

Orson L.Woodruff. 
3,313 

3.313 



1,787 

Albert M. Adams, 
2,?03 



James J. Wheeler. 
39 



3} 

John T.Smith, 
84 

84 

Leander Jones, 
56 

56 

Peter Martin. 

2,475 

2,475 

Howard Hart. 
53 

53 

Silas A. Canada, 
4,692 

4,692 

Fred.Schrader. 
2,694 



2,694 

Willette L.Hall. 
49 

49 

C.H. Beach. 

92 

92 

Wm. H.Williams. 
2.949 



2,949 



J. T.Hammond. 
64 



272 



County— Thos. J. Mann. Silver Chaney. Andrew J. Steele. 

Sullivan 3,497 2,274 496 

Total 3,497 2,274 496 

County— F.B.D.McGinley. B.W.Smith. 

Tippecanoe 4,753 6,054 

Total 4,753 6,054 

County- Jas.M.Puvis. Richard N. Smith. Robt. W. Todd. 

Tipton 2,467 2,301 297 

Total 2,467 2,301 297 

County— Robt. E. Weesner. Henry C. Pettit. David Frame. 

Wabash 2,897 4,184 89 

Total 2,897 4,184 89 

County— J. Hall Rhoades. D. A. Bohannon. Alrin L. Heim. 

Warrick 2,608 2,451 254 

Total 2,608 2,451 254 

County— Asa Elliott. Aug. S. Garriott. 

Washington 2,498 2,201 

Total 2,498 2,201 

County— W. H. Eichhorn. John B. Funk. Simon Bower. Jas. F. Coleman. 

Wells 3,393 2,272 65 201 

Total .... 3,393 2,272 65 201 

County — Solomon Weiner. George Jeffries. J. Wallace Shuh. 

Whitley 2,418 2,280 47 

Total 2,418 2,280 47 

Counties— John T. Kelly. Joseph B. Powers. Evan C. Thornton. 

Adams 3,163 1,703 

Jay 3,413 3,481 97 

Total 6,576 5,184 97 

Counties— William C. Ryan. Carl Sauer. 

Allen 10,052 8,223 

Huntington. . 3.706 4,051 

Total 13,758 12,274 

Counties— James H. Willet. Edmon G. Hall. 

Benton 1,524 1,956 

Warren 1,066 1,997 

Total 2,590 3,953' 

Counties— Peter Wallrath. William T. Wilson 

Cass 4,715 4,382 

Miami 3,538 3,373 

Total . 8,253 7,755 

Counties— John C.Morrison. Edgar D.Randolph. 

Clinton 3,743 3,545 

Tippecanoe 4,689 6,121 

Total 8,432 9,666 

Counties— John L. Meginity. Jonce Monyhan. 

Crawford 1,549 1,472 

Orange 1,769 2,058 

Total • ■ • ■ 3,308 i,5?.0 



273 



Oountiej-* Philip S.White. Francis T. Roots. 

Fayette 1,585 2,120 

Henry 2.874 4,084 

Total 4,459 6,204 

Counties— Wm. W. Gilman. Pierce Archibald. 

Jasper 1.612 1,999 

Newton 1,191 1,528 

Total 2,803 3,527 

Counties— Henry Geisel. Wm. S. Mathews. 

Jennings 1,846 2,004 

Scott 1,196 844 

Total 3,042 2,848 

Counties-^ Frank Pinnick. Abraham W. Porter. Philip C. Emmons. 

Dubois 2,906 1,170 47 

Martin . . . '. 1,491 1,347 203 

Total 4,397 2,517 250 

Counties— John C, Engle. Edward E. Carr. 

Pulaski 1,927 1,378 

White 2,482 2,416 

Total 4,409 3,794 

Counties- John P. McSeath. William Twibell. Allen T. Knight. 

Adams , 3,172 1,700 . . . 

Jay 3,408 3,495 93 

Blackford 2,211 2,124 56 

Total 8,791 7,319 149 

Counties— Sisney Conner. Jasper Packard. 

Clark 3,787 3,828 

Floyd 3,59^ 3,667 

Jefferson 2,686 3,505 

Total 10,065 11,100 

Counties— Geo. J. Kayser. John M. Keller. 

Clay 4,402 3,743 

Montgomery 4,194 4,320 

Putnam 3,160 2,627 

Total 11,756 10,690 

Counties— A. J. Bowers. Francis M. Miller. 

Dearborn , . 3,274 2,656 

Ohio 637 674 

Switzerland 1.720 1,629 

Total 5,631 4,959 

Counties- Norman Teal. Edwin Knepper. 

Dekalb 3,619 3,177 

Elkhart .' 5,000 6,039 

Noble 3,095 3,318 

Total 11,714 12,534 

Counties— Perry McCait. Wm. T. Brooks. • 

Dubois 2,878 ' 1,192 

Lawrence 2,263 3,06S 

Orange 1,777 2,043 

Total 6,918 6(303 ' 

18— Sec. State. 



274 



Counties— Moses Remington. Geo. F. O'Byrne^. 

Franklin 2,790 1,750 

Ripley 2,646 2,670 

Union 892 1,102 

Total .... ... 6,328 5.522 

Counties— Mason J. Niblack. B.M. Willoughby. S.W.Miller.. 

ttibson 3,207 3,447 414 

Knox 3,851 3,388 436 

Vanderburgh 6,807 7*964 238 

Total 13,865 14,799 1,088 

Counties— Wm. W. Robbins. F. L. Littletonj. 

Hancock 2,877 2,216 

Marion 21,263 26,706 

Shelby 3,758 3,178 

Total 27,898 32,1C0 

Countie.s— Henry Schaal. Jo"hn C. Pitsch. . 

Laporte 4,634 4,477 

Starke 1,216 1,247 

Pulaski 1,795 1,383 

Total 7,645 7,107 

Counties — George F. Plew. Ora D. Davis. 

Sullivan 3,503 2,283 

Vermillion 1,806 2,113 

Vigo 7,435 7,840 

Total 12,744 12,236 

County— John W. Talbott. Edward A. Metzger. Benj. F. Rinehart. 

St. Joseph 6,090 6,215 103 

Total 6,090 6,215 103 

Francis E. Lambert. Edward A. Jernegan. .John W. Snoke. 

St. Joseph 7,106 7,014 81 

Total 7,106 7,014 81 

County— Geo. K. Denton. Wm.Reister. Jesse H.Day. 

Vanderburgh. 6,797 6,783 240 

Total 6,797 6,783 210 

H. J. Peckinpaugh. Christian Kratz. Wm. B. Shields. 

Vanderburgh 7,956 7,985 249 

Total 7,956 7,985 249 

County— Jacob J. Truinett. Jesse Harrold. Wm. Bennett. Robert Reynolds. 

Vigo 7,417 7,404 61 185 

Total .... 7,417 7,404 61 185 

Wm. H. Berry. Cassius H. Morgan. Henry Fox. 

Vigo 7,845 7,840 46 

Total 7,845 7,810 46 

County— M. L.Bowmaster. J. W. Newborn. Silas G. NeflF. Benj. B. Beeson 

Wayne 4,025 4,008 77 81 

Total .... 4,025 4,008 77 81 

W. F. Medsker. E. B. Reynolds. Daniel Hill. 

Wayne 6,661 6,693 79 

Total 6.661 6,693 79 

County— Chas. B.Clark. J. P. Leyendecker. A. V. Hightshue. 

Marion 21,160 21,129 21,145 

Total 21,160 21,129 21,145 



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C. S.Schofield. Edward W. Little. Geo. B. Elliott. 

Marion 21.167 21,390 26,685 

Total 21,167 21,390 26,685 

John Q. Hicks. Sam'l H. Spooner. Harry C. Hubbard. 

Marion 26,705 26,672 26,664 

Total 26,705 26,672 26,664 

Gabriel L. Jones. John M. Paver. Hewitt H. Howland. 

Marion 26,169 431 433 

Total 26,169 431 433 

M.C.Werkheiser. Wm. C. Schleicher. F.T.Edenharter. 

Marion 433 436 562 

Total 433 436 562 

John R. East. Nat U. Hill. Cornelius Hurley. 

1,300 790 41 

2,204 2,572 81 

Total 3.504 3,362 122 

iounty— George V. Kell. Henry I. Smith. H.A.Rogers. 

Allen 10,107 10,036 8,170 

Total 10,107 10.036 8,170 

Wm. J. Esterline. James English. Henry C.Schrader. 

Allen 8,139 81 84 

Total 8,139 81 84 



276 



MEMBERS OF THE SIXTIETH GENERAL ASSEMBLY 
OF THE STATE OF INDIANA. 



SENATE-HOLD-OVER SENATORS ELECTED IN 1894. 



NAME, 



Address. 



Counties. 



Alexander. Francis M 
Bethel, William J 
Bozeman, Virgil P 
CoUett, Marcus W . . 
Duncan, Henry C . . 
Ellison, Thomas E . 
Gostlin, William H 
Humphreys. Andrew 
'^Haggard, William S 
Holler, Christian . . 
Houghton, H. Q 
Johnston, Columbus 
Kerns, William F . 
LaFoUette, Jesse J. M 
Mull, Thomas K. • 
McCord. William E 
fl'Brien. James . . 
Phares, Isaac H . . 
Rinear. John W . . 
Schneck, Louis . . 
Self, George W 
Shiveley, Charles E 
Sweeney, Michael A 
Watson. Ward H . 
"White, John T.,Sr 



Brookville 
Winslow 
Poseyville 
Logansport 
Bloomington 
Ft. "Wayne 
Hammond 
Linton . . 
Lafayette . 
South Bend 
Shoals . . , 
Aurora . . 
Toronto . . 
Portland . 
Manilla . 
Martinsville 
Kokomo 
Fowler 

Liberty Center 
Seymour 
Corydon 
Richmond 
Jasper . . 
Charlestown 
Grandview 



Ripley, Franklin and Union . . . 
Knox and Pike 

Posey and Gibson 

Cass 

Monroe, Brown and Bartholomew 

Allen 

Lake and Porter 

Sullivan and Greene 

Tippecanoe 

St. Joseph and Starke . . . . ,. . 

Daviess and Martin 

Dearborn, Ohio and Switzerland . 

Parke and Vermillion 

Adams, Jay ard Blackford . . . 

Hancock and Rush 

Morgan and Johnson 

Miami and Howard 

Newton, Jasper and Benton . . . 

Huntington and Wells 

Lawrence and Jackson 

Orange, Crawford and Harrison . 

Wayne 

Dubois and Perry . . 

Clark and Jefferson 

Warrick and Spencer 



'Resigned. Will R. Wood elected successor. 



SENATE— MEMBERS ELECTED NOVEMBER 3, 1896. 



NAME. 



Address. 



Counties. 



Ball. Walter L 
Bobilya, Louis J 
Campbell, .James A 
Drummond, Chas. P 
Early, Jacob D . . 
Gochenour, Jos. C 
Gilbert. Newton "W 
Gill, William B . . 
Goar, C.S . . 

Goodwins, Fremont 
Horner, Frank A 
Hojtate, Enoch G . 
Hubbell.O.Z . . . 
Hawkins, R. 
Hugg, Martin M • . 
Johnson, LaFayette 
Leich, August . 
Nusbaum, Wm. H 
Newby. Leonidas P 
New, Harry S . . . 
O'Connor. Thomas 
Patton, W. E . . 
Rogers. G. W . . . 
Shea, Jos A 
Stroup. Everett E 
"Wood. "Will R. . 



Muncie . . 

Ft. Wayne 

Frankfort . 

Plymouth . 

Terre Haute 

Roann . . 

Angola . . 

Ladoga 

Goldsmith 

Williamsport 

Brazil 

Danville 

Elkhart 

Indianapolis 

Indianapolis 

Anderson . . 

Evansville . 

Auburn . . . 

Knightstown 

Indianapolis 

Monticello 

Lagonia . . 

Laporte 

Scottsburg 

Shelbyville 

Lafayette . 



Delaware and Randolph .... 

Allen and Whitley 

Clinton, Boone and Montgomery 

Fulton and Marshall 

Vigo , 

Kosciusko and Wabash 

Steuben and Lagrange ... 
Boone, Clinton and Montgomery 

Tipton and Hamilton 

Fountain and Warren 

Clay and Owen 

Hendricks and Putnam . . . , 

Elkhart 

Marion and Shelby 

Marion . . 

Grant and Madison 

Vanderburgh 

Dekalb and Noble 

Henry and Fayette 

Marion 

Carroll, Pulaski and White . . . 

Floyd and Washington 

Laporte . . 

Clark, Jennings and Scott . . . . 

Decatur and Shelby 

Tipprcanoe 



••"Elected to succeed W. 8. Haggard, resigned. 



277 



HOQSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, MEMBERS ELECTED 
NOVEMBER 3, 1896. 



Archibald. Pierce 
Babcock.J. W . . 
Barlow, James H , 
Berry, W. H 
Blankenship, Quincy A 
Bowers, A. J .... 
Brown, Chas.M . . 
Butler, M.B . ... 
Canada, Silas A 
Clauser, Chas. E . . 
Claycomb, Maitland A 
Downey, Luther U . 
East, John R ... 
Engle, John C . . 
Eichhorn.W. H . . 

Elliott, Asa 

Elliott, B.L ... 
Elliott. George B. . 
Feist, John .... 
Fornshell, Elmer E 
Furness, Leigh G 
Graham, Thos. A 
Goddard. W. H. 
Geisel, Henry 
Gibson, Thos. J 
Hall.E. G . . 
Haifley, David 
Hart. John J . . 
Henderson, Chas. E 
Herrod, Strather . 
Hedgcock, Jas. A 
Hart, David D . 
Harris, James H 
Hubbard, Harry C 
Hicks, J. Q 
James, John H . . 
Jernegan, Edward 
Jones, Gabriel L . 
Kayser, George J 
Kelley, John T . 
Knepper, E. W . . 
Kell, George V . . 
Kratz. C.W . . 
Lambert, Frank E 
Linck, John W . . 
Littleton, Frank L 
Mann, Thos. J . . 
Marsh, Montgomery 
Medsker. W.F . . 
Miller, Richard . 
Monyhan, Jonce 
Morgan, Cassius H 
Morris, Robert W 
McCrea. E.T . . 
McGeath. John P 
McCart, Perry . . 
Newton, W.T . . 
Nicholson, S. E . 
O'BannoD. Jacob L 
Packard, Jasper . . 
Patterson, E. L . . 
Patterson, Martin L 
Patterson, Sandford 
Peekinpauch, H.J . 
Pettit, Henry C . . 
Pinnick, Frank . . 
Plew. G.F 
Purvis, James M 
Randolph, Edgar D 
Record, Taylor I . 
Remington, Moses 
Reynolds. Elisha B 
Rhoades, J. H . . . 



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Topeka 

Plainfield . 

Terre Haute 

Martinsville 

Moore's Hill 

Auburn . 

Salem Center 

Winchester 

Owasco. 

Monroe City 

Gosport 

Bloomington 

Francisville 

BIufiFton . . 

Salem . . . 

Miildletown 

Indianapolis 

Yorkville . 

Elwood 

Furnessville 

JeflFersonville 

Greensburg 

Vernon 

Branchville 

Fowler. 

Amiboy . 

Huntington 

Bloomfield. 

Franklin. . 

Frankfort . 

Princeton . 

NoblesTille 

Brightwood 

Indianapoli 

Greencastle 

Mishawaka 

Indianapolis 

Brazil 

New Corydon 

Ligonier 

Huntertown 

Evansville 

South Bend 

Madison 

Indianapolis 

Graysville 

Greenfield 

Cambridge C 

Rockville . 

Orleans . . 

Prairie Creek 

New Albany 

New Richmond 

Hartford City . 

Orleans .... 

Hope 

Kokomo 
Evans Landing 
New Albany 
Brookville 
Akron ... 
Montgomery 
Evansville 
Wabash . . 
Dubois Postoffice 
Hymera .... 
Tipton . . . 
Lafayette 
New Harmony 
Brownsville . . 
Hagerstown . . 
Boonvi'le . . . 



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Lagrange 

Hendricks 

Vigo 

Morgan . 

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Dekalb 

Steuben 

Randolph 

Carroll 

Knox 

Owen , 

Brown and Monroe 

Pulaski and White 

Wells . . 

Washington 

Henry , 

Marion . 

Dearborn 

Madison 

Porter 

Clark 

Decatur 

Jennings and Scott 

Perry . . . 

Benton and Warren. 

Miami 

Huntington 

Greene 

Johnson 

Clinton 

Gibson ■. 

Hamilton 

Marion 

Marii n 

Putnam . 

St. Joseph 

Marion , 

Clay, Putnam and Montgomery 
Adams. Jay and Blackford . . 
Noble, Elkhart and Dekalb . . 

Allen 

Vanderburgh . 

St. Joseph 

Jefferson 

Marion, Hancock and Shelby 

Sullivan 

Hancock 

Wayi e 

Parke 

Orange and Crawford .... 

Vigo 

Floyd 

Montgomery 

Blackford .... 

Dubois. Orange and Lawrence . 

Bartholomew 

Howard 

Harrison 

Floyd, Clark and Jefferson . . . . 

Franklin 

Fulton 

Daviess 

Vanderburgh 

Wabash 

Dubois and Martin 

Sullivan, Vigo and Vermillion 

Tipton 

Clinton and Tippecanoe . . 

Posey 

Union, Franklin and Ripley . . 

Wayne 

Warrick 



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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES, MEMBERS ELECTED 
NOVEMBER 3, 1896— Continued. 



NAME. 



Address. 



Counties. 



Poli- 
tics. 



RifenburfT. Wm. H 
Ross, William \V . 
Roose, Wilson . . 
Roots, Francis T . . 
Ryan, William C . 
Schoonover, Albert 
Schrader, Frederick 
Schaal, Henry . . . 
Sence, Frank . . . 
Shideler, tteorge A. H 

Smith, H.r 

Smith, B. Wilson . . 
Spooner, Samuel H . 
Stetler, John W . . . 
Sullivan. Sasser - . . 
Sutton, Bellamy S . . 
Swope, Allen . . . 
Thomas, John Q . . . 
Thornton. F.G. . . 
Titus, Sylvester V . . 
Wair, Harry R . . , . 
Wallrath, Peter 
Weiner, Solomon 
Willoughby, Benjamin M 

Williams, W.H 

Wise, Adam B 

Woodruff, O.L 



Hobart . . 
Muncie . . 
Goshen . . . 
Connersville 
Fort Wayne 
Attica . . 
Batesville . 
Michigan City 
Young America 
Marion . . 
Fort Wayne . 
Lafayette . . 
Indianapolis 
Syracuse 
Survant . . . 
Shelbyville . 
Seymour . . 
Ru'hville 
Knightsville 
Thorntown . 
Laporte 
Logansport • 
South Whitley 
Vincennes 
Dale 

Plymouth . 
Avilla . . . 



Lake 

Delaware 

Elkhart 

Fayette and Henry 

Allen and Huntington 

Fountain 

Ripley 

Laporte, Starke and Pulaski . . 

Cass 

Grant 

Allen 

Tippecanoe . 

Marion 

KosciusRo 

Pike 

Shelby 

Jackson 

Rush 

Clay 

Boone 

Laporte 

Oass and Miami 

Whitley 

Knox, Q-ibson and Vanderburgh 

Spencer 

Marshall 

Noble 



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279 



COCJJ^TY OFFICERS ELECTED AT NOVEMBER 
ELECTION, 1896. 



ADAMS COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Teem Expires. 






4 years from Nov. 1, 1899. 
2 years from Sept. 5, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 12, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 12, 1896. 
2 years from Nev. 12, 18%. 


Jonas Neuenschwander 

Peter P. Ashbaucher 

Charles S. Clark 

William E. Fulk 


Treasurer 

Sheriff 

Coroner 

Surveyor. 



ALLEN COUNTY. 



Lewis Cass Hunter . . . 
Albert E. Melching. - . 
John H. Kappel. 
Charles W. Branstrator. 



Treasurer . 

Sheriff . . 
Coroner 

Surveyor. . 



2 years from Sept. 5, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. la, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 12, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 10, 1896. 



BAETHOLOMEW COUNTY. 



Henry W. Rethwiseh 
Thomas Cox. 
William Coffee . . 
Lewis W. Heagy 



Treasurer 
Sheriff . 
Coroner 
Surveyor. 



2 years from Nov. 1, 1897, 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1896. 



BENTON COUNTY. 



James D. Smythe . . 
James Kirtley. . . . 
Job X. Cassell. . . . 
William Westfall , 
Henry C. McConnell 
Joseph S. Vanatta 



Auditor 

Treasurer 

Recorder. 

Sheriff . 

Coroner 

Surveyor. 



4 years from Nov. 20, 1900. 
2 years from Aug. 15, 1897. 
4 years from Nov. 15, 1896, 
2 years from Nov. 20, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 16, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 20, 1896. 



BLACKFORD COUNTY. 



William A. Curry. 
James P. Rawlings 
Charles 0. Fleming 
Ezra C. Covault. 
Charles B. Mulvey 
William Harley. . 



Clerk . . . 

Treasurer . . 

Recorder. . . 

Sheriff. . . . 

Coroner . . 

Surveyor . . 



4 years from Aug. 20, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 18, 189f>. 
4 years from Aug. 17, 1897. 
2 years from Aug. 24. 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 18, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 18, 1896. 



BCONE COUNTY. 



William H. Stewart. . 
William E. Price . . . 
Charles R. Armstrong 
Josiah T. Ashley . . . 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner 
Surveyor 



2 years from Sept. 4, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 13. 18%. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 18%. 
2 years from Nov. 13. 18%. 



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BROWN COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Term Expires. 


Isaac Tabor 


Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff. .... . 


2 years from Sept. 2, 1897. 


Francis J. (Ti-iner 


4 years from Nov. 12, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 


Alfred .r.Ralphy 

James P. Prosser 


Surveyor 


2 years from Nov. 13. 1896. 



Carroll county. 



Lewis Hall 

John W.F.Thomas. 
Edward T. Beard . 
Josenh A. Bridge . . 
William H.Galbreth 
Charles Q-. Snies . . 



Clerk . . 

Treasurer 

Recorder. 

Sheriff. . 

Coroner 

Surveyor 



4 years from Nov. 18, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 18, 1896. 
4 years from Nov. 15, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 18, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 18, 1896. 



CASS COUNTY. 



Andrew P. Flynn . . . 

Isaac N. Cash . 
Charles W. Homburg . 
Frederick A.Beesjohn 
Harry W.Troutman . 



Clerk . 

Treasurer 

Sheriff. 

Coroner 

Surveyor 



4 years from Nov. 5,1896. 
2 years from Nov. 11, 1896. 
2 years from Aug. 21, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 11. 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 11, 1896. 



CLARK COUNTY. 



Marion B. Pangburn 
Joseph J. Hawes . . 
Edwin M. Coots. 
John P. Crum .... 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 



2 years from Nov. 12, 1896. 
2 years from Aug. 22, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 12, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 15, 1896. 



CLAY COUNTY. 



Charles L. Mace . 
Furtney Brown 
Thomas J. Keegan 
John A. Hyde. . . 
James K. Moss . . 
Robert J. Hill. . . 



Clerk . . 
Treasurer 
Recorder. 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 



4 years from Nov. 16, 1896 
2 years from Sept. 3, 1897 
4 years from Nov. 20, 1896 
2 years from Nov. 20, 1896 
2 years from Nov. 20, 1896 
2 years from Nov. 20, 1896 



CLINTON COUNTY. 



John W. Bond . . . . 
George M- Good. . . . 
Jeroioe Clark . . 

William A.T: Holmes 
Samuel M. Pitman . . 



Treasurer 
Recorder. 
Sheriff. , 
Coroner 
Surveyor. 



2 years from Nov. 14, 1896. 
4 years from Aug. 14, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1896. 



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CRAWFORD COUNTY. 



NAME. 



NATURE OF OFFICE. 



Whkn Tkrm Expires. 



Elijah P. Brown 
James M. Brown 
W.Q.Ballard. . 
James W. Carr ■ 
Daniel J. Paschal 



Treasurer 
Recorder. 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner 
Surveyor. 



2 years from Dec. 1, 1896. 
4 years from Nor. 2, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 15, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 15, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 15, 1896. 



DAVIESS COUNTY. 



John Wadsworth . . . . 
Willard Bowman . . . . 
Milton P. Tolliver . . 
Alexander C. Swickard. 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. 
Coroner 
Surveyor. 



2 years from Aug. 5, 1897. 
2 years from Aug. 25, 1897. 
2 years from Aug. 25, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 12, 1896. 



DEAEBORN COUNTY. 



William C. Wnlber 
William E.Teke 
Frederick Mauntel 
Albert T.Gridiey 



Treasurer 
Sheriff 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Nov. 22. 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 18, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 18, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 22, 1896. 



DECATUR COUNTY. 



Dyer C. Elder . . 
William T. Stott 
George W. Randall 
James W. Craig . 



Treasurer 
Sheriff . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Aug. 5. 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 28, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 15, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 15, 1896. 



DEKALB COUNTY. 



Henry Hines . . 
Henry P. Stroh . 
J. Weller Huerbes . 
John H. W.Krontz 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner 
Surveyor 



2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
2 years from Nov 14, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 14,1896. 



DELAWARE COUNTY. 



David A.Lambert 
Thomas Starr 
Joseph F. Bowers . 
Oliver W. Storer 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Aug 8. 1897. 
2 years from Aug. 26, 1897. 
2 years from N'.v. 1.3, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896 



DUBOIS COUNTY. 



Edward A.Bonhert 
Henry Cassidy 
Orville A. Bigham . 
William T. Young 



Treasurer 
Sheriff 
Coroner 
Surveyor 



2 years from Nov. 21. 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 21, 1896. 
2 years Irom Nov. 25, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 25, 1896. 



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ELKHART COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Term Expires. 


William H. Holdeman 

Hiram F. Kidder 


Treasurer 

Sheriff 


2 years from Jan. 9, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 18,1896. 


Martin K. Kreider 

■James D. Lowell ... 


Coroner 

Surveyor 


2 years from Nov. 18, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 18, 1896. 



FAYETTE COUNTY. 



Simeon Ortheimer . 
Charles S. Lewis . 
Alexander D. Tyrrell 
Hoy Williams ... 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Sept. 3, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 18, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
2 years from Not. 13, 1896. 



FLOYD COUNTY. 



John M. Baylor . . 
Jficob H. Strack . . 
William L. Starr . 
Edmund B. Coolman 



Treasurer 
Sheriff . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Sept. 8. 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 



FOUNTAIN COUNTY. 



William W.Luke 
Calvin H. Scherer , 
Columbus L. Myers 
MathiasH.Bever . . 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner 
Surveyor 



2 years from Aug. 16, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 8, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1896. 



FRA.NKLIN COUNTY. 



John W. Brockman . 
Horace E. Balsley . . 
Frank L. Moorman 
G. Henri Bogart 
Thomas W. Lawrence 



Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Nov. 14, 1896. 
4 years from Nov. 6, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 14. 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1896. 



FULTON COUNTY. 



Norman R.Stoner 
Francis Dillon . . . 
Edward Zook . . . 
William Womelsdorf 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Sept. 5, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
2 years from March 4, 1897. 



GIBSON COUNTY. 



Henry C. Redman 
William (i. Murphy 
George W. Norman 
Edwyn E. Watts . . 



Treasurer 
Sheriff . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Sept. 7, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 11 , 1896. 
2 years from Nov. U, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 11, 1896. 



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GRANT COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


Whkn Tkrm Expires. 


William D.Steele 

Joseph F Carmichael 

Ashael C. Alexander 

Charles B. Vigus 

Ansel R. Smith 


Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff 

Coroner 

Surveyor. ■ • 


2 years from Dec. 12, 1896. 
4 years from Dec. 21, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 10, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
2 years fiom Nov. 13, 1896. 



GREENE COUNTY. 



Christopher C. Ballard 
John E. McLaughlin . 

William Axe 

William W. Clogston . 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 



2 years from Sept. 7, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13,1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 



HAMILTON COUNTY. 





Auditor . 

Trea.=urer 

Sheriff 

Coroner . . 

Surveyor 


4 years from March 7, 1897. 


Albert J. Gibbs 


2 years from Sept. 7, 1897. 




2 years from Nov. 16, 1896. 


John A. Aldred 


2 years from Nov. 16, 1896. 


James A. Mitchell 


2 years from Nov. 16, 1896. 



HANCOCK COUNTY. 



Theodore L. Smith 
Noah W. Spegal. . 
Frank E. Garriott 
William J. Creary 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner 
Surveyor. 



2 years from Nov. 16, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 16, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 16, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 16, 1896. 



HARRISON COUNTY. 



Levi Rappenfield 
Otto Cunningham 
John M. Baelz . . 
Peter S.Wright. , 
Joseph E. Bunch , 



Treasurer 
Clerk 
Sheriff - 
Coroner 
Surveyor. 



2 years from Sept. 15, 1897. 
4 years from Nov. 7, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 7, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 12, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 21, 1896. 



HENDRICKS COUNTY. 



OllieM. 


Peirsol 


Treasurer 


2 years 


from 


Sept 


7, 


1897. 


William 


B.Bryant 


Sheriff 


2 years 


from 


Nov. 


13 


1896. 


William 


White 


'Coroner 


2 years 


from 


Nov. 


13 


,189«. 


John W 


Trotter 


Surveyor 


2 years 


from 


Nov. 


6, 


1896. 



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HENRY COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Term Expires. 


Clark Gordon 


Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff 

Coroner 

Surveyor 


2 years from Nov. 5, 1897. 
4 years from Nov, 15, 1896. 
2 years from Aug. 23, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 




John James 


C.P.Seward 

Ulysses S. Cook 



HOWA.RD COUNTY. 



John A. Morrison. . . 
William H. Sumption 
Jesse H. Arnett, Jr . . 
Ellsworth Hunt. . . . 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner 
Surveyor 



2 years from Nov. 18, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 18, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 18, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 18, 1896. 



HUNTINGTON COUNTY. 



Jacob W.John . ..... 

Jefferson J. Sprinkle 

James A. Leverton 

James R. King 

Thomas Ruggles 


Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff 

Coroner 

Surveyor 


2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
4 years from Nov. 18, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 18, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 





JACKSON COUNTY. 



Alexander Gregor . . . 

David Clark 

James H. Green .... 
George A. Robertson, Jr 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Aug. 15, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 



JASPER COUNTY. 



Jesse C. Gwin . . 
Robert B. Porter 
Nathan J. Reed 
Truitt P. Wright 
John E. Alter . . 



Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Aug. 12, 1897. 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 21, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 24, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 21, 1896. 



JAY COUNTY. 



Frederick Martin 
Lewis Whipple . 
J. B. Garber . . 
Albert J.Frost. 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Nov. 14, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1896. 



JEFFERSON COUNTY. 



John W.Tevi.s . . 
George T. Mayfield 
Samuel Wallace . 
George C.Lewis . 
Charles E.Cosby 



Clerk . . 
Treaiurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner 
Surveyor 



4 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 6, 1896. 
2 years from Aug. 20, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 



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COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 
JENNINGS COUNTY, 



NAME. 


NATURE OP OFFICE. 


When Term ExprRKs. 


John H.Trapp 

Charles L. Wells 

Harvey M. Bradford 

Sylvester D. Adams 

Charles W. Miles 


Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff. . . . 

Coroner 

Surveyor 


2 years from Nov. 6, 1896. 
4 years from Nov. 18, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13. 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
2 years from Ngv. 13, 1896. 



JOHNSON COUNTY. 



William B.Jennings 
John C. Weddle. . . 
James T. Jones . . 
Elba L. Branigin . . 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner 
Surveyor 



2 years from Nov. 21, 1896. 
2 year* from Nov. 13, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 15, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 15, 1896. 



KNOX COUNTY. 



William H. Vollmer 
Howard Orndorf . . 
Patrick H. Caney. . 
Joseph V. Hershey . 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Nov. 6, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 23, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 6, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 6,1896. 



KOSCIUSKO COUNTY. 



William W. Magee . 
Jerome B. Matthews 
Francis Moro .... 
Henry E. Kinsey . . 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Nov. 14, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1896. 



LAGRANGE COUNTY. 



Samuel F. Musser 


Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff 

Coroner 

Surveyor 

Clerk 


2 years from Sept. 6, 1897. 
4 years from Nov. 11, 1896. 


William H.Kauffman . 

Edward G. White 

Robert L. Thompson 

WiHinm TT Duff 


2 years from Nov. 19, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
4 years from May 22, 1897. 









LAKE COUNTY. 



Michael Grimmer 
John W.Dyer . - 
William J. GHover 
Benjamin F. Hayes 
Richard C. Mackey 
George W. Fisher . 



Auditor . . . 
Treasurer . . 
Recorder . . 
Sheriff . . . 
Coroner . . . 
Surveyor . . 



4 years from March 1, 1897. 
2 years from Aug. 29, 1897. 
4 years from Nov. 11, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 15, 1896. 
2 years from Sept. 16, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 15, 1896. 



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COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 
LAPORTE COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Term Expires. 


Charles F. McCIung 

Frank C. Mann 


Clerk 

Treasurer 

SheriflF 

Coroner 

Surveyor 


4 years from May 5, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 15, 1897. 


Nathan D. McCormick 


2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 


John F. Tilden 


2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 





LAWEENCE COUNTY. 



Isaac H. Grim 
Thomas 0. Daggy . . 
Benjamin F. Kiethley 
Erastus R. Dobbins 
Harvey Voyles . . - 
William Duncan . . . 



Clerk . . 
Treasurer 
Recorder 
SheriflF . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



4 years from Feb. 11, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 22, 1896, 
4 years trom Nov. 18, 1896. 
2 years from Feb. 24, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 16, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 16, 1896. 



MADISON COUNTY. 



Cyrenius F. Heritage 
John Starr . . . 

Samuel C Sells . . . 
Morton H. Downey . 



Treasurer 
SheriflF . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Aug. 15, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 18, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 12, 1896. 
2 years from Deo. 10, 1896. 



MARION COUNTY. 



William H. Schmidt . 
Alembert W. Brayton 
JohnV. Coyner 
Thomas P. Shufleton . 



Treasurer 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 
SheriflF. . 



2 years from Sept. 4, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 15, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 15, 1896. 
2 years from Dec. 9, 1896. 



MARSHALL COUNTY. 



Charles C. Vink 
Thomas M. Walker 
Joseph E. Marshall. 
Wallace C. Sarber . 
William H. English 



Treasurer 
Recorder 
SheriflF. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Nov. 18, 1896. 
4 years from Nov. 11, 1898. 
2 years from Nov. 19, 189$. 
2 years from Nov. 20, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 11, 1896. 



MARTIN COUNTY. 



Horatio Harryman 
Frederick HoflFman 
John H. Sberfick . 
Ephriam Brock 
Frank B. Acre . . 



Auditor . 
Treasurer 
SheriflF. . 
Coroner • 
Surveyor 



4 years from Nov. 17, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 



287 
COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

MIAMI COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Teem Expires. 


Albert T.Miller 

James J. Dunn 

William F. Lenhart 

Allen G. Trippeer 


Treasurer 

Sheriff 

Coroner 

Surveyor 


2 years from Aug. 30, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 16, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 16, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 16, 1896. 



MONROE COUNTY. 



Fred Matthews . . . 
Joseph S. Woodward 
George D. Thornton 
Robert C. Rogers . . 
Charles Bowers . . . 



Auditor 
Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



4 years from Nov. 16, 1896. 
2 years from Sept. 7, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 



MONTGOMERY COUNTY. 



Wallace Sparks . . 
William Johnson 
William H. Webster 
David C. Canine . . 
Paul J. Barcus ■ ■ . 
Henry E. Wynekoop 



Clerk 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff. 

Coroner . 

Surveyor 



4 years from Nov. 16, 1816. 
2 years from Sept. 1, 1897. 
4 years from Aug. 28,1897. 
2 years from Aug. 22, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1896. 



MORGAN COUNTY. 



Xouis S. Kelly. . . 
Wm. R. McCracken, 
Matt Hinson . . , 
Charles W. Divens . 
•Curtis G. H. Goss . . 



Treasurer 

Recorder. 

Sheriff. 

Coroner 

Surveyor. 



2 years from May 31, 1898. 
4 years from Nov. 14, 1896. 
2 years from Dec. 16, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1896. 



NEWTON COUNTY. 



William H. Ade. . . 
Albert M. Boyle. . . 
Chester W. Wickwire 
Frank M.Oswalt 
Barnett Hawkins . 



Treasurer 
Recorder. 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 



2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
4 years from Nov. 19, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 



NOBLE COUNTY. 



Andrew U. Miller. . . 
John W. Miller . . . 
Christopher C. Simon. 
Walter F.Carver. . . 
Fred B. Moore ... 



Treasurer 
Recorder. 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner 
Surveyor. 



2 years from Aug. 14, 1897. 
4 years from Aug. 28, 1897. 
2 years from Jan. 8,1897. 
2 years from Nov. 21, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 21, 1896. 



288 

COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 
OHIO COUNTY. 



NAME, 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Teem Expires. 


William H.Elliott 

Thomas A. Bennett 

Edward P. (Jleason 

James Wescott 


Treasurer 

Sheriff. . . .... 

Coroner 

Surveyor 


2 years from Aug. 10, 1897. 
2 years from Nov, 18, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 18, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 18, 1896. 



OKANGE COUNTY. 



George W. Teagarden 
Samuel S. Mcintosh 
Lindley Jones. . .■ . 
Thomas B Ritter . . 
John H. Wilson. 



Auditor 
Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner 
Surveyor. 



4 years from Nov. 16, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 189^. 
2 years from NTov. 14, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1896. 



OWEN COUNTY. 



Benjamin T. Fisher 
Stephen D. Phillips 
Wm.H. Hixon . . 
Clarence M. Day . . 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner 
Surveyor 



2 years from Sept. 5, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 18. 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 18 1806. 
2 years from Nov. 18. 1896. 



PARKE COUNTY. 



John E. Harsbbarger 
William S. Rawlings . 
*Cornelius R. Hanger 
Hiram E. Newlin 
Claude Ott . . . . 



Clerk . . 
Treasurer 
Sheriff . 
Coroner 
Surveyor 



4 years from Nov. 15, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 12, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1896. 



"Resigned December 15, 1896. 
and qualified. 



Thomas E. Aydelott appointed until successor is elected 



PERRY COUNTY. 



Leonard L. Mitchell 
John W. Dyer . . 
Charles Labhart 
Daniel R. McKim . 



Treasurer 
Sheriff 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Nov. 15, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 15. 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 15, 1896. 



PIKE COUNTY. 



Onias 0. Smith . . . . 
Nathaniel Corn 
William M. Ridgeway 
John T. Kim . . 
A.G. Cato 



Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff . 
Coroner 
Surveyor 



2 years from Nov. 17, 1896. 
4 years from Feb. 27. 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 17, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 17, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 17, 1896. 



289 

COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 
PORTER COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Term Expires. 


John Ritter 

Charles F. Green 

Thomas H. Carver 

Frederick G. Ketchum 


Treasurer 

Sheriff 

Surveyor 

Coroner 


2 years from Aug. 12, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 189rt. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 189fi. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 



POSEY COUNTY. 



George L Hoehn 
Enoch E.Thomas 
Henry Weiainger 
George W. Sarlls 



Treasurer 
Sheriff . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Aug. 30, 1897. 
2 years Irom Aug. 30, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 11, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 11, 1896. 



PULASKI COUNTY. 



William P.Williams 
William Oliver . . 
Phillip Bellinger . . 
John J. Thomas . . 
Charles U. Barker . 



Treasurer 
Recor'ier 
Sheriff . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



t2 years from Sept. 6,1897. 
4 years from May 25, 1897. 
2 years from Aug. 27, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 16, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 16, 1896, 



PUTNAM COUNTY. 



James L.Browning 
Richard M. Bunton 
Edward H. Kleinbub 
James F. Brien . . . 



Treasurer 
Sheriff . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Sept. 7, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 21, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 21, 18%. 
2 years from Nov. 21, 1896. 



RANDOLPH COUNTY. 



John E. Markle 


Clerk 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff 

Coroner 

Surveyor . . 


4 years from Aug. 22, 1897. 


Harvey E. MeNees 

Nathan R. Cheneweth 

David B. Strahan 


2 years from Sept. 8, 1897. 
4 years from Nov. 18, 1^96. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 


Joseph J. Evans 

Jacob E. Hinshaw 


2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 



RIPLEY COUNTY. 



Samuel M. Smith . 
GrantJohnson . . 
John Minger 
Henry Busching 
George T.Beckett 
Otto W. Pegee . . 



Clerk . . 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff 

Coroner 

Surveyor 



4 years from April 10, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 17, 1896. 
4 years from April 10, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 15, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 8, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 15, 1896-. 



19 — Sec State. 



290 
COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

EUSH COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Term Expires. 


Thomas M. Green 

Owen L. Carr 

Henry C. Thompson 


Clerk 

Auditor . . 

'reasurer 

Sheriff . . . .... 

Coroner 

Surveyor 


4 years from Dec. 1, 189(5. 
4 years from Nov. 30, 1896. 
2 years from Jan. 1,1897. 
2 years from Aug. 25. 1897. 
2 years from Aug. 25, 1897. 
2 years from Not. 13, 1896. 


Edward I Wooden 

Arvel R. Herkless . 



SCOTT COUNTY. 





Clerk 

Treasurer 

Recorder 

Sheriff 


4 years from March 19, 1897. 


Isaac A.Bridgwater 

Jonathan F. Stark 

James F. Qnbin 


2 years Irom Nov. 17, 1896. 
4 years from Nov. 23. 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 17, 1896. 
2 years from Nov 17, 1896. 


Mike U. Harbold ... 


Surveyor. 


2 years from Nov. 17,1896. 



SHELBY COUNTY. 



J. Marsh Wilson 
Valentine Sehoelch. 
Daniel Booher 
Charles F. Webster . 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. 
Coroner 
Surveyor. 



2 years from Sept. 13,, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 



SPENCER COUNTY. 



John Baumgartner . . 
James H. Parker . . . 
Henry W. McCoy . . . 
Daniel Anderson 
Stephen W. Stuteville 
Thomas Oldham . ■ 



Clerk . . 
Treasurer 
Recorder. 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 



4 years from Feb. 27, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 10, 1896. 
4 years from Nov. 17, 1896. 
2 years from Aug. 28, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 18, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 17, 1896. 



STARKE COUNTY. 



August H. Knosman 
•George Liehtcap 
William H. Harter . 
Charles Wadell 
Howard M. Chapel 



Auditor 
Treasurer 
SheriflF . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 



4 years from Nov. 17, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 21, 189R. 
2 years from Nov. 21,1896. 
2 years from Nov. 15,1896. 
2 years from Nov. 21, 1896. 



ST. JOSEPH COUNTY. 



William II. Oren 
James C. Eberhart . 
Richard B. Duedale 
George H. Leslie . . 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
<'Oroner . 
Surveyor. 



2 years from Nov. 29, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 21, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 21, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 21,1896. 



291 
COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

STEUBEN COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Term Expires. 


Albert W.Long 


Treasurer 

Sheriff 

Coroner 

Surveyor. 


2 years from Sept. 5, 1897. 




2 years from Nov. 20, 1896. 




2 years from Nov. 20, 1896. 


Benjamin F. Ellis 


2 years from Nov. 10, 1896. 



SULLIVAN COUNTY. 



William R. Frakes . . . 
Charles C. Mayfield. . . 
William P. Maxwell . . 
Francis M. Cunningham 



Trea.=urer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner 
Surveyor. 



2 years from Aug. 9, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 18, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 18, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 18, 1896. 



SWITZERLAND COUNTY. 



James P. Orem . . 
Ira Banta . . 

John M. Clements 
Dilver B. Douglass 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner 
Surveyor. 



2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 



TIPPECANOE COUNTY. 



William S Baugh 
George B. King . . 
Rogers. Tea 
Melville W. Miller 



Treasurer 
Sheriff . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor. 



2 years from Aug. 2, 1897. 
2 years from Aug. 25, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 16, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 17, 1896. 



TIPTON COUNTY. 





Treasurer 


2 years from Aug. 18, 1897. 




4 years from Nov. 21, 1896. 


John F. McCreary 


Sheriff 

Coroner . . - ■ . 
Survfyor 


2 years from Dec. 3, 1896. 


Robert M. Reeobs 


2 years from Nov. 18, 1896. 


IraF.Crail 


2 years from Nov. 18, 1896. 



UNION COUNTY. 





Treasurer 

Sheriff 

Coroner 

Surveyor 


2 years from Sept. 7, 1897. 


Casper C. Crist 

William H. Hawley 

Moses Rariden . *. . 


2 years from Nov. 11, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 11 , 1(^96. 
2 years from Nov. 16, 1896. 



VANDERBUKGH COUNTY. 



Charles Sihler . . . 
Charles F. H. Laval 
Charles G. Covert 
Charles H. .Tohann . 
Frederick R. Puder 



Clerk . . 
Treasurer 
Sheriff . 
Coroner 
Surveyor 



4 years from Nov. 20, 1896. 
2 years from Oct. 1,1897. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1>'96. 
2 years from Dec. 5, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 



292 
COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 

VERMILLION COUNTY. 



NAME. 


NATURE OF OFFICE. 


When Term Expires. 


William P. Bell 

Edmund B. Brown 


Auditor 

Treasurer 

Sheriff 


4 years from Nov. 18, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 2?, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 23, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 


Robert J. Hasty 

Fred Beard 


Coroner 

Surveyor . . 



VIGO COUNTY. 



John L. Walsh 
Louis P. Seeburger 
Alaric T. Payne 
William H. Harris 



Treasurer 
Sheriff. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Aug. 21, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 18, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 18, 1896. 



WABASH COUNTY. 



Frank Lynn . . . . 
George A. Wellman 
Daniel B. McKehan 
Alonao M. Gibson . 
Edward A. Lower 



Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff . 
Coroner 
Surveyor 



2 years from Sept. 5, 1897. 
4 S'ears from Nov. 26, 1900. 
2 years from Aug. 27, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 15, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 



WAREEN COUNTY. 



Jacob Sheflfer . . . 
Joseph D.Galleher . 
Isaac N. Statzell . . 
Thomas A. Clifton . 
Wilmer H. Gemmer 



Treasurer 
Recorder 
Sheriff . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Aug. 22, 1897, 
4 years from Nov. 12, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 



WARRICK COUNTY. 



Commodore P. McClary 

W.A.Cherry 

William H.McVey . . . 
Louis Meyer 



Treasurer 
Sheriff . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Nov. 12, 1896. 
2 years from Aug. 30, 1897 
2 years from Nov. 8, 1896. 
2 years Irom Jan. 19, 1897. 



WASHINGTON COUNTY. 



Thomas B.Cauble . . 
William B. Garriott . 
■George S. Hancock 
William C. McCoskey 



Treasurer 
Sheriff 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Sept. 21, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 6, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 17, 1896, 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1893, 



293 

COUNTY OFFICERS— Continued. 
WAYNE COUNTY. 



NAME. 



NATURE OF OFFICE. 



When Term Expieks. 



John W.Turner .... 
Lafayette Larsh .... 
"William W. Zimmerman 
Robert A. Howard . . . 



Treasurer 2 years from Nov. 15, 1896. 

SherifiF 2 years irom Nov. 13. 1896. 

(Coroner 2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 

Surveyor 2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 



WELLS COUNTY. 



Benjamin F. Kain . 
William Higgins 
William W. McBride 
John H. Trostel . . 



Treasurer 
SherifiF . 
Coroner 
Surveyor 



2 years from Dec. 15, 1896. 
2 years from Aug. 27. 1897. 
2 years from Dec. 13, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 



WHITE COUNTY. 



Morris J, Holtzman 
James C. Jones . . . 
Simon U. Dobbins . 
"William H. Sampson 
Robert A. Lawrie . 



Auditor . 
Treasurer 
SherifiF. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



4 years from Mar. 1, 1897. 
2 years from Sept. 12, 1897. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 13, 1896. 



WHITLEY COUNTY. 



William E. Meyers . 
Benjamin F. Hull . 
Charles S. Williams 
Morton A. Gillispie 



Treasurer 
SherifiF. . 
Coroner . 
Surveyor 



2 years from Nov. 12, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 19, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1896. 
2 years from Nov. 14, 1896. 



DEPARTMENT OF STATE. 



Constitutions of 1816 and 1851 



. . . OF THE . . . 



STATE OF INDIANA 



AMENDMENTS. 



WILLIAn D. OWEN, 
Secretary of State. 

ROBERT A. BROWN, 
Deputy Secretary of State. 



BY AUTHORITY. 



ORDINANCE AND CONSTITUTION OF 1816. 



ORDINANCE. 

Be it ordained by the Representatives of the people of the 
Territory of Indiana, in convention met at Corydon, on Mon- 
day the tenth day of June, in the year of our Lord eighteen 
hundred and sixteen, that we do, for ourselves and our pos- 
terity, agree, determine, declare and ordain, that we will, and 
do hereby accept the propositions of the Congress of the United 
States, as made and contained in their act of the nineteenth 
day of April, eighteen hundred and sixteen, entitled " An act 
to enable the people of the Indiana Territory to form a State 
Government, and Constitution, and for the admission of such 
State into the Union, on an equal footing with the original 
States." 

And we do further, for ourselves and our posterity, hereby 
ratify, confirm, and establish the boundaries of the said State 
of Indiana as fixed, prescribed, laid down, and established in 
the act of Congress aforesaid ; and we do also further, for our- 
selves and our posterity, hereby agree, determine, declare and 
ordain, that each and every tract of land sold by the United 
States, lying within the said State and which shall be sold from 
and after the first day of December next, shall be and remain 
exempt from any tax, laid by order or under any authority of 
the said State of Indiana, or by or under the authority of the 
General Assembly thereof; whether for State, County, or Town- 
ship or any other purpose whatever, for the term of five years 
from and after the day of sale of any such tract of land ; and 
we do moreover for ourselves, and our posterity, hereby de- 
clare and ordain that this ordinance and every part thereof 
shall forever be and remain irrevocable and inviolate without 



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the consent of the United States in Congress assembled, first 
had and obtained for the alteration thereof, or any part 
thereof. 

JONATHAN JENNINGS, 
June 29th, 1816. President of the Convention. 

Attest: 

William Hendricks, 
»Tine 29th, 1816. Secretary. 



rHE CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF INDIANA. 



We, the Representatives of the people of the Territory of 
Indiana, in Convention met at Corydou, on Monday the tenth 
day of Jnne, in the year of our Lord eighteen hundred and six- 
teen, and of the Independence of the United States the For- 
tieth, having the right of admission into the General Govern- 
ment, as a member of the Union, consistent with the Constitu- 
tion of the United States, the ordinance of Congress of one 
thousand seven hundred and eighty-seven, and the law of Con- 
gress, entitled "An act to enable the people of the Indiana 
Territory to form a Constitution and State Government, and 
for the admission of such State into the Union, on an equal 
footing with the original States" in order to establish justice, 
promote the welfare and secure the blessings of liberty to 
ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish the fol- 
lowing Constitution or form of Government, and do mutually 
agree with each other to form ourselves into a free and inde- 
pendent State, by the name of the State of Indiana. 

ARTICLE I. 

Section 1. That the general, great and essential principles 
of lil^erty and free government may be recognized and unal- 
terably established; we declare that all men are born equally 
free and independent, and have certain natural, inherent, and 
unalienable rights, among which are the enjoying and defend- 
ing life and liberty, and of acquiring, possessing and protect- 
ing jjroperty and pursuing and obtaining happiness and safety. 

Sec. 2. That all power is inherent in the people ; and all 
free governments are founded on their authority, and insti- 
tuted for their peace, safety and happiness. For the advance- 



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ment of these ends, they have at all times an unalienable and 
indefeasible right to alter or reform their government in such 
manner as they may think proper. 

Sec. 3. That all men have a natural and indefeasible right 
to worship Almighty God, according to the dictates of thMv 
own conciences. That no man shall be compelled to attencJ, 
enact, or support any place of worship or to maintain any 
ministry against his consent. That no human authority can, 
in any case whatever, control or interfere with the rights of 
conscience ; and that no preference shall ever be given by law 
to any religious societies, or modes of worship; and no relig- 
ious test shall be required as a qualification to any office of 
trust or profit. 

Sec. 4. That elections shall be free and equal. 

Sec. 5. That in all civil cases, when the value in controversy 
shall exceed the sum of twenty dollars, and in all criminal cases, 
except in petit misdemeanors, which shall be punished by fine 
only, not exceeding three dollars, in such manner as the Legis- 
lature may prescribe by law, the right of trial by jury shall 
remain inviolate. 

Sec. 6. That no power of suspending the operation of the 
laws shall be exercised, except by the Legislature, or its 
authority. 

Sec. 7. That no man's particular services shall be demanded, 
or property taken, or applied to public use, without the con- 
sent of his representatives, or without a just compensation 
being made therefore. 

Sec. 8. The rights of the people, to be secure in their per- 
sons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches, 
and seizures, shall not be violated ; and no warrant shall issue, 
but upon probable cause, supported by oath, or affirmation, and 
particularly describing the place to be searched, and the per- 
sons or things to be seized. 

Sec. 9. That the printing presses shall be free to every per- 
son who undertakes to examine the proceedings of the Legis- 
lature, or any branch of government ; and no law shall ever be 
made to restrain the right thereof. The free communication 
of thoughts, and opinions, is one of the invaluable rights of 
man ; and every citizen may freely speak, write, and print on 
any subject, being responsible for the abuse of that liberty. 



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Sec. 10. In prosecutious for the publication of papers in- 
vestigating tlie official conduct of officers, or men in a public 
capacity, or where the matter published is proper for the pub- 
lic information, the truth thereof may be given in evidence ; 
and in all indictments for libels, the jury shall have a right ta 
determine the law and the facts, under the direction of the 
Court, as in other cases. 

Sec. 11. That all courts shall be open, and every person, 
for an injury done him, in his lands, goods, person, or reputa- 
tion shall have remedy by the due course of law, and right 
and justice admistered without denial or delay. 

Sec. 12. That no person arrested, or confined in jail, shall 
be treated with unnecessary rigor, or be put to answer any 
criminal charge, but by presentment, indictment or impeach- 
ment. 

Sec. 13. That in all criminal prosecutions, the accused hath 
a right to be heard by himself and counsel, to demand the na- 
ture and cause of the accusation against him, and to have a 
copy thereof; to meet the witnesses face to face, to have com- 
pulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor, and in 
prosecution by indictment or presentment a speedy public trial 
by an impartial jury of the county or district in which the- 
offense shall have been committed ; and shall not be compelled 
to give evidence against himself, nor shall be twice put in jeop- 
ardy for the same offense. 

Sec 14. That all persons shall be bailable by sufficient sure- 
ties, unless for capital offenses, when the proof is evident, or 
the presumption great ; and the privilege of the writ of habeas 
corpus shall not be suspended, unless, in case of rebellion or in- 
vasion, the public safety may require it. 

Sec. 15. Excessive bail shall not be required, excessive fines 
shall not be imposed, nor cruel and unusual punishments in- 
flicted. , 

Sec 16. All penalties shall be proportioned to the nature 
of the offense. 

Sec 17. The person of a debtor, where there is not strong 
presumption c£ fraud, shall not be continued in prison, after 
delivering up his estate for the benefit of his creditor or credi- 
tors, in such manner as shall be prescribed by law. 



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Sec. 18. No ex post facto law, nor any law impairing the 
validity of contracts, shall ever be made, and no conviction 
shall work corruption of blood, nor forfeiture of estate. 

Sec. 19. That the people have a right to assemble together 
in a peaceable manner, to consult for their common good, to 
instruct their representatives and to apply to the Legislature 
for redress of grievances. 

Sec. 20. That the people have a right to bear arms for the 
defense of themselves and the State, and that the military shall 
be kept in strict subordination to the civil power. 

Sec. 21. That no soldier shall, in time of peace, be quartered 
in any house without the consent of the owner, nor in time of 
war, but in a manner to be prescribed by law. 

' Sec. 22. That the Legislature shall not grant any title of 
nobility, or heredity distinctions, nor create any office, the 
appointment to which shall be for a longer time than good 
behavior. 

Sec. 23. That emigration from the State shall not be pro- 
hibited. 

Sec. 24. To guard against any encroachments on the rights 
herein retained, we declare that everything in this article is 
excepted out of the general powers of government, and shall 
forever remain inviolable. 

ARTICLE IL 

The powers of the government of Indiana shall be divided 
into three distinct departments, and each of them be confided 
to a separate body of magistracy, to-wit : Those which are 
Legislative to one, those which are Executive to another, and 
those which are Judiciary to another; and no persons or col- 
lection of persons, being of one of those departments, shall 
exercise any power properly attached to either of the others, 
except in the instances herein expressly permitted. 

ARTICLE, in. 

Section 1. The Legislative authority of this State shall be 
vested in a General Assembly, which shall consist of a Senate 
and House of Representatives, both to be elected by the peo- 
ple. 



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Sec. 2. The General Assembly may, within two years after 
their first meeting, and shall, in the year eighteen hundred and 
twenty, and every subsequent term of five years, cause an enu- 
meration to be made of all the white male inhabitants above 
the age of twenty- one years. The number of Representatives 
shall, at the several periods of making such enumeration, be 
fixed by the General Assembly, and apportioned among the ' 
several counties according to the number of white male inhabi- 
tants above twenty-one years of age in each; and shall never 
be less tlian twenty-five, nor greater than thirty-six, until the 
nnmber of white male inhabitants above twenty-one years of 
age shall be twenty-two thousand ; and after that event, at | 
such ratio, that the whole number of Representatives shall 
never be less than thirty-six, nor exceed one hundred. 

Sec. 3. The Representatives shall be chosen annually, by 
the qualified electors of each county respectively, on the first] 
Monday of August. 

Sec. 4. No person shall be a representative unless he shall 
have attained the age of twenty-one years, and shall be a 
citizen of the United States, and an inhabitant of this State, 
and shall also have resided within the limits of the county, in 
which he shall be chosen, one year next preceding his elec- 
tion, if the county shall have been so long erected, but if not, 
then within the limits of the county or counties out of which 
it shall have been taken, unless he shall have been absent on 
the public business of the United States, or of this State, and 
shall have paid a State or county tax. 

Sec. 5. The Senators shall be chosen for three years, on the 
first Monday in August, by the qualified votes for Representa- 
tives ; and on this being convened, in consequence of the first 
election, they shall be divided by lot, from their respective 
counties, or districts, as near as can be, into three classes ; the 
Beats of the Senators of the first class shall be vacated at the 
expiration of the first year ; and the second class, at the expi- 
ration of the second year; and of the third class, at the expi- 
ration of the third year; so that one- third thereof, as near as 
possible, may be annually chosen forever thereafter. 

Sec. 6. The number of Senators shall, at the several periods 
of making the enumeration before mentioned, be fixed by the 



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General Assembly, and apportioned among tne several couixc^c*. 
or districts, to be established by law, according to the number 
of white mule inhabitants of the age of twenty-one years in 
each, and shall never be less than one-third, nor more than 
one-half the number of Representatives. 

Sec. 7. No person shall be a Senator, unless he shall have 
attained the age of twenty-five years, and shall be a citizen of 
the United States, and shall, next preceding the election, have 
resided two years in the State, the last twelve months of which 
in the county or district in which he may be elected, if the 
county or district shall have been so long .erected, but if not, 
then within the limits of the county or counties, district or 
districts, out of which the same shall have been taken ; unless 
he shall have been absent on the public business of the United 
States, or of this State, and shall moreover have paid a State 
or county tax. 

Sec. 8. The House of Representatives, when assembled, 
ihall choose a Speaker, and its other oflicers, and the Senate 
•ball choose its officers, except the President, and each shall be 
judges of the qualifications and election of its members, and 
sit npon its own adjournments. Two-thirds of each House 
shall constitute a quorum to do business, but a smaller number 
may adjourn from day to day, and compel the attendance of 
absent members. 

Sec. 9. Each House shall keep a Journal of its proceedings, 
and publish them. The yeas and nays of the members, on any 
question, shall, at the request of any two of them, be entered 
on the Journals. 

Sec. 10. Any one member of either House shall have liberty to 
dissent from, and protest against, any act or resolution which 
he may think injurious to the public, or any individual or indi- 
viduals, and have the reasons of his dissent entered on the 
Journals. 

Sec. 11. Each House may determine the rules of its pro- 
ceedings, punish its members for disorderly behavior, and, 
with the concurrence of two-thirds, expel a member, but not 
a second time for the same cause ; and shall have all other 
powers necessary for a branch of the Legislature of a free and 
independent State. 



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Sec. 12. When vacancies happen in either branch of the 
General Assembly, the Governor, or person exercising the 
power of Governor, shall issue writs of election to fill such 
vacancies. 

Sec. 13. Senators and Representatives shall, in all cases, 
except treason, felony, or breach of the peace, be privileged 
from arrest, during the session of the General Assembly, and 
in going to and returning from the same; and for any speech 
or debate in either House, they shall not be questioned in any 
other place. 

Sec. 14. Each House may punish, by imprisonment, during 
their session, any person, not a member, who shall be guilty 
of any disrespect to the House, by any disorderly, or con- 
temptuous behavior in their presence: ProvzWe(i, Such impris- 
onment shall not, at any one time, exceed twenty-four hours. 

Sec. 15. The doors of each House, and of committees of 
the whole, shall be kept open, except in such cases as, in the 
opinion of the House, may require secrecy. l!Teither House 
shall, without the consent of the other, adjourn for more than 
two days, nor to any other place than that in which the two 
Houses shall be sitting. 

Sec. 16. Bills may originate in either House, but may be 
altered, amended, or rejected by the other. 

Sec. 17. Every bill shall be read on three different days in 
each House, unless, in case of urgency, two-thirds of the 
House, where such bill may be depending, shall deem it expe- 
dient to dispense with this rule, and every bill, having passed 
botli Houses, shall be signed by the President and Speaker of 
their respective Houses. 

Sec. 18. The style of the laws of this State shall be,. "Be it 
enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Indiana." 

Sec. 19. All bills for raising revenue shall originate in the 
House of Representatives ; but the Senate may amend or 
reject, as in other bills. 

Sec. 20. No person, holding any office under the authority 
of the President of the United States, or this State, military 
offices excepted, shall be eligible to a seat in either branch of 
the General Assembly, unless he resign his office previous to 
his election, nor shall any member of either branch of the 






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General Assembly, during the time for which he is elected, be 
eligible to any office, the appointment of which is vested in the 
General Assembly: Provided, That nothing in this Constitu- 
tion shall be so construed as to prevent any member of the 
first session of the first General Assembly from accepting any 
office that is created by this Constitution, or the Constitution 
of the United States, and the salaries of which are established. 

Sec. 21. No money shall be drawn from the Treasury but 
in consequence of appropriations made by law. 

Sec. 22. An accurate statement of the receipts and expendi- 
tures of the public moneys shall be attached to and published 
with the laws, at every annual session of the General Assembly. 

Sec. 23. The House of Kepresentatives shall have the sole 
power of impeaching; but a majority of all the members elec- 
ted must concur in such impeachment. All impeachments 
shall be tried by the Senate, and when sitting for that purpose 
the Senators shall be upon oath or affirmation to do justice ac- 
cording to law and evidence. No person shall be convicted 
without the concurrence of a majority of all the Senators 
elected. 

Sec. 24. The Governor, and all civil officers of the State, 
shall be removed from office, on impeachment for, and convic- 
tion of, treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemean- 
ors; but judgment in such cases shall not extend further than 
removal from office, and disqualification to hold any office of 
honor, profit, or trust, under this State. The party, whether 
convicted or acquitted shall, nevertheless, be liable to indict- 
ment, trial, judgment and punishment according to law. 

Sec. 25. The first session of the General Assembly shall 
commence on the first Monday of November next, and forever 
after the General Assembly shall meet on the first Monday in 
December in every year, and at no other period, unless directed 
by law, or provided for by this Constitution. 

Sec. 26. No person, who hereafter may be a collector, or 
holder of public money, shall have a seat in either House of the 
General Assembly, until such person shall have accounted for 
and paid into the Treasury all sums for which he may be ac- 
countable. 



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ARTICLE IV 

Section 1. The Supreme Executive power of this State shad 
be vested in a Governor, who shall be styled the Governor of 
the State of Indiana. 

Sec. 2. The Governor shall be chosen by the qualified elect- 
ors on the first Monday in August, at the places where they 
shall respectively vote for Representatives. The returns of 
every election for Governor shall be sealed up and trans- 
mitted to the seat of Government, directed to the Speaker of 
the House of Representatives, who shall open and publish 
them in the presence of both Houses of the General Assembly. 
The person having the highest number of votes shall be Gov- 
ernor, but if two or more shall be equal, and highest in votes, 
one of them shall be chosen Governor by the joint vote of the 
members of both Houses. Contested elections shall be deter- 
mined by a committee, to be selected from both Houses of the 
General Assembly, and formed and regulated in such manner 
as shall be directed by law. 

Sec. 3, The Governor shall hold his office during three 
years, from and after the third day of the First Session of the 
General Assembly next ensuing his election, and until a suc- 
cessor shall be chosen and qualified, and shall not be capable 
of holding it longer than six years in any term of nine years. 

Sec. 4. He shall be at least thirty years of age, and shall 
have been a citizen of the United States ten years, and have 
resided in the State five. years next preceding his election; 
unless he shall have been absent on the business of the State, 
or of the United States : Provided, That this shall not dis- 
qualify any person from the office of Governor, who shall be a 
citizen of the United States, and shall have resided in the In- 
diana Territory two years next preceding the adoption of this 
Constitution. 

Sec. 5. No member of Congress, or person holding any 
office under the United States, or this State, shall exercise 
the office of Governor, or Lieutenant-Governor. 

Sec. 6. The Governor shall, at stated times, receive for his 
services a compensation, which shall neither be increased nor 
diminished during the term for which he shall have been 
elected. 



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Sec. 7. He shall be Commander-in-Chief of the Army and 
Navy of this State and of the Militia thereof, except when 
they shall be called into the service of the United States, but 
ne shall not command personally in the field, unless he shall be 
advised so to do by a resolution of the General Assembly. 

Sec. 8. He shall nominate, and, by and with the advice and 
consent of the Senate, appoint and commission all officers, the 
appointment of which is not otherwise directed by this Consti- 
tution, and all offices which may be created by the General 
Assembly shall be filled in such manner as may be directed by 
law 

Sec. 9. Vacancies that may happen in offices, the appoint- 
ment of which is vested in the Governor and Senate, or in the 
General Assembly, shall be filled by the Governor, during the 
recess of the General Assembly, by granting commissions that 
shall expire at the end of the next session. 

Sec. 10. He shall have power to remit fines and forfeitures, 
grant reprieves and pardons, except in cases of impeachments. 

Sec. 11. He may require information in writing, from the- 
officers in the executive departments, upon any subject relating 
to the duties of their respective offices. 

Sec. 12. He shall, from time to time, give to the General 
Assembly information of the afinairs of the State, and recom- 
mend to their consideration such measures as he shall deem ex- 
pedient. 

Sec. 13. He may, in extraordinary occasions, convene the 
General Assembly at the seat of government, or at a difierent 
place, if that shall have become, since their last adjournment, 
dangerous from an enemy or from contagious disorders, and in 
case of a disagreement between the two Houses with respect to 
the time of adjournment, adjourn them to such time as he shall 
think proper not beyond the time of their next annual session. 

Sec. 14. He shall take care that the laws be faithfully exe- 
cuted. 

Sec. 15. A Lieutenant-Governor shall be chosen at every 
election for Governor, in the same manner, continue in office 
for the same time, and possess the same qualifications. In 
voting for Governor and Lieutenant-Governor the electors 
shall distinguish whom they vote for as Governor and whom as 
Lieutenant-Governor. 



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Sec. 16. He shall, by virtue of his office, be President of the 
Senate, have a right, when in Committee of the Whole, to de- 
bate and vote on all subjects, and, when the Senate are equally- 
divided, to give the casting vote. 

Sec. 17. In case of impeachment of the Governor, his re- 
moval from office, death, refusal to qualify, resignation, or 
absence from the State, the Lieutenant-Governor shall exercise 
all the powers and authority appertaining to the office of 
Governor until another be duly qualified, or the Governor 
absent or impeached shall return or be acquitted. 

Sec. 18. Whenever the government shall be administered 
by the Lieutenant-Governor, or he shall be unable to attend as 
President of the Senate, the Senate shall elect one of their own 
members as President for that occasion. And if, during the 
vacancy of the office of Governor, the Lieutenant-Governor 
shall be impeached, removed from office, refuse to qualify, 
resign, die, or be absent from the State, the President of the 
Senate pro tern, shall in like manner administer the government 
.until he shall be superseded by a Governor or Lieutenant-Gov- 
ernor. The Lieutenant-Governor, while he acts as President 
of the Senate, shall receive for his services the same compensa- 
tion which shall for the same period be allowed to the Speaker 
of the House of Representatives, and no more; and during the 
time he administers the government, as Governor, shall receive 
the same compensation which the Governor would have re- 
ceived and been entitled to had he been employed in the duties 
of his office, and no more. 

Sec. 19. The President pro tempore of the Senate, during the 
time he administers the government, shall receive in like man- 
ner the same compensation which the Governor would have 
received had he been employed in the duties of his office, and 
no more. 

Sec 20. If the Lieutenant Governor shall be called upon to 
administer the government, and shall, while in such adminis- 
tration, resign, die, or be absent from the State during the 
recess of the General Assembly, it shall be the duty of the 
Secretary of State for the time biing to convene the Senate 
for the purpose of choosing a President pro tempore. 

Sec. 21. A Secretary of State shall be chosen by the joint 
ballot of both Houses of the General Assembly, and be com- 



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missioned by the Governor for four years, or until a new Sec- 
retary be chosen and qualified. He shall keep a fair register, 
and attest all the official acts and proceedings of the Governor, 
and shall, when required, lay the same and all papers, minutes 
and vouchers relative thereto before either House of the Gen- 
eral Assembly, and shall perform such other duties as may be 
enjoined him by law. 

Sec. 22. Every bill, which shall have passed both Houses of 
the General Assembly, shall be presented to the Governor; if 
he approves, he shall sign it; but if not, he shall return it, with 
his objections, to the House in which it [may] have originated, 
who shall enter the objections at large upon their Journals and 
proceed to reconsider it ; if, after such reconsiderations, a major- 
ity of all the members elected to that House shall agree to pass 
the bill, it shall be sent, with the objections, to the other House, 
by M'^hich it shall likewise be reconsidered, and if approved by 
a majority of all the members elected to that House, it shall be 
a law ; but, in such cases, the votes of both Houses shall be 
determined by yeas and nays, and the names of the persons 
voting for, and against the bill, shall be entered on the 
Journals of each House respectively. If any bill shall not be 
returned by the Governor within five days (Sundays excepted) 
after it shall have been presented to him, it shall be a law, in 
like manner as if he had signed it ; unless the general adjourn- 
ment prevents its return, in which case it shall be a law, unless 
sent back within three days after their next meeting. 

Sec. 23. Every resolution, to which the convenience of both 
Houses may be necessary, shall be presented to the Governor, 
and before it shall take efiect, be approved by him, or, being 
disapproved, shall be repassed by a majority of all the mem- 
bers elected to both Houses, according to the rules and lim- 
itations prescribed in case of a bill. 

I Sec. 24. There shall be elected, by joint ballot of both 
[Houses of the General Assembly, a Treasurer and Auditor, 
iWhose powers and duties shall be prescribed by law, and who 
phall hold their offices three years, and until their successors 
be appointed and qualified. 

Sec. 25, There shall be elected in. each county, by the qual- 
ified electors thereof, one Sheriff and one Coroner, at the times 
and places of holding elections for members of the General 



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Assembly. Tliey shall continue in office two years, and until 
successors shall be chosen and duly qualified: Provided, That 
no person shall be eligible to the office of Sheriff more than 
four years in any term of six years. 

Sec. 26. There shall be a seal of this State, which shall be 
kept by the Governor and used by him officially, and shall he 
called the Seal of the State of Indiana. 



ARTICLE V. 

Section 1. The judiciary power of the State, both as to 
matters of law and equity, shall be vested in one Supreme 
Court, in Circuit Courts, and in such other inferior courts as 
the General Assembly may from time to time direct and es- 
tablish. 

Sec. 2. The Supreme Court shall consist of three Judges, 
any two of whom shall form a quorum and shall have appel- 
late jurisdiction only, which shall be co-extensive with the 
limits of the State under such restrictions and regulations not 
repugnant to this Constitution as may from time to time be 
prescribed b}' law : Providid, Nothing in this article shall be 
so construed as to prevent the General Assembly from giving 
the Supreme Court original jurisdiction in capital cases and 
cases in chancery where the President of the Circuit Court 
may be interested or prejudiced. 

Sec 3. The Circuit Courts shall each consist of a President 
and two Associate Judges. The State shall be divided, by law, 
into three circuits, for each of which a President shall be ap- 
pointed, who, during his continuance in office, shall reside 
therein. The President and Associate Judges, in their resj^ec- 
tive counties, shall have common law and chancery jurisdic- 
tion, as also complete criminal jurisdiction in all such^ cases 
and in such manner as may be prescribed bylaw. The Presi- 
dent alone, in the absence of the Associate Judges, or the 
President and one of the Associate Judges, in the absence of 
the other, shall be competent to hold a Court, as also the two 
Associate Judges in the absence of the President, shall be com- 
petent to hold a Court, except in capital cases and in cases ii 
chancery : Provided, That nothing herein contained shall pre 



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vent the General Assembly from increasing the number of 
circuits and Presidents as the exigencies of the State may from 
time to time require. 

Sec. 4. The Judges of the Supreme Court, the Circuit, and 
other inferior courts shall hold their offices during the term of 
seven years, if they shall so long behave well, and shall at 
stated times receive for their services a compensation which 
shall not be diminished during their continuance in office. 

Sec. 5. The Judges of the Supreme Court shall, by virtue of 
their offices, be conservators of the peace throughout the State, 
as also the Presidents of the Circuit Courts in their respective 
circuits, and the Associate Judges in their respective counties. 

Sec. 6. The Supreme Court shall hold its sessions at the seat 
of government, at such times as shall be prescribed by law ; 
and the Circuit Courts shall be held in the respective counties 
as may be directed by law. 

Sec. 7. The Judges of the Supreme Court shall be appointed 
by the Governor, by and with the advice and consent of the 
Senate. The Presidents of the Circuit Courts shall be ap- 
pointed by joint ballot of both branches of the General 
Assembly, and the Associate Judges of the Circuit Courts shall 
be elected by the qualified electors in the respective counties. 

Sec. 8. The Supreme Court shall appoint its own Clerk ,and 
the Clerks of the Circuit Court in the several counties shall be 
elected by the qualified electors in the several counties, but no 
person shall be eligible to the office of Clerk of the Circuit 
Court in any county unless he shall first have obtained, from 
one or more of the Judges of the Supreme Court, or from one 
or more of the Presidents of the Circuit Courts, a certificate that 
he is qualified to execute the duties of the office of Clerk of the 
Circuit Court: Provided, That nothing herein contained shall 
prevent the Circuit Courts in each county from appointing a 
Clerk ^3^0 tern, until a qualified Clerk may be duly elected; and 
Provided, also. That the said Clerks, respectively, when qualified 
and elected, shall hold their offices seven years, and no longer, 
unless reappointed. 

Sec. 9. All Clerks shall be removable by impeachment as in 
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Sec. 10. Wlieu aii}^ vacancies happen in any of the Courta, 
•occasioned by the death, resignation or removal from office of 
any Judge of the Supreme or Circuit Courts, or any of the 
Clerks of the said Courts, a successor shall be appointed in the 
same manner as herein before prescribed, who shall hold his 
office for the period which his predecessor had to serve, and no 
longer, unless reappointed. 

Sec. 11. The style of all process shall be " The State of 
Indiana ;" all prosecutions shall be carried on in the name and 
by the authority of the State of Indiana; and all indictments 
shall conclude against the peace and dignity of the same. 

Sec. 12. A competent number of Justices of the Peace shall 
be elected by the qualified electors in each township in the 
several counties, and shall continue in office five years, if they 
shall so long behave well, whose powers and duties shall from 
time to time be regulated and defined by law. 

ARTICLE VI. 

Section 1. In all elections, not otherwise provided for by 
this Constitution, every white male citizen of the United 
States, of the age of twenty- one years and np wards, who has 
resided in the State one year immediately preceding such elec- 
tion, shall be entitled to vote in the county where he resides ; 
except such as shall be enlisted in the armies of the United 
States or their allies. 

Sec. 2. All elections shall be by ballot : Provided, That the 
General Assembly may, if they deem it more expedient, at their 
session in eighteen hundred and twenty-one change the mode 
so as to vote viva voce, after which time it shall remain unalter- 
able. 

Sec. 3. Electors shall in all cases, except treason, felony, 
or breach of the peace, be free from arrest in going to, during 
their attendance at, and in returning home from elections. 

Sec 4. The General Assembly shall have full power to ex- 
clude from electing, or being elected, any person convicted of I 
any infamous crime. 

Sec 5. Nothing in this article shall be so construed as to 
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at the time of adopting this Constitution, and who, hy the ex- 
isting laws of this Territory, are entitled to vote, or persona 
who have heen absent from home on a visit or necessary busi- 
ness, from the privilege of electors. 

ARTICLE YII. 

Section 1. The militia of the State of Indiana shall consist 
of all free, able-bodied male persons ; negroes, mulattoes and 
Indians excepted, resident in the said State, between the ages 
of eighteen and forty-five years, except such persons as now 
are or hereafter may be exempted by the laws of the United 
States or of this State; and shall be armed, equipped and 
trained as the General Assembly may provide by law. 

Sec. 2. No person or persons conscientiously scrupulous of 
bearing arms shall be compelled to do militia duty : Provided^ 
Such person or persons shall pay an equivalent for such ex- 
emption; which equivalent shall be collected annually by a 
civil officer, and be hereafter fixed by law, and shall be equal, 
^8 near as may be, to the lowest fines assessed on those privates 
in the militia who may neglect or refuse to perform militia 
puty. 

I Sec. 3. Captains and subalterns shall be elected by those 
persons in their respective company districts who are subject 
to perform militia duty, and the Captain of each company 
shall appoint the non-commissioned officers to said company. 

Sec 4. Majors shall be elected by those persons within the 
jounds of their respective battalion districts subject to perform 
nilitia duty ; and Colonels shall be elected by those persons- 
ivithin the bounds of their respective regimental districts 
subject to perform militia duty. 

Sec. 5. Brigadier-General shall be elected by the commis- 
doned officers within the bounds of their respective brigades, 
md Major-Generals shall be elected by the commissioned 
)fficers within the bounds of their respective divisions. 

Sec. 6. Troops and squadrons of cavalry and companies of 
irtillery, riflemen, grenadiers or light infantry, may be formed 
n the said State in such manner as shall be prescribed by law : 
Provided, however, That every troop or squadron of cavalry, 



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company of artillery, riflemen, grenadiers or light infantry 
whieli may hereafter be formed within the said State shall 
elect their own officers. 

Sec. 7. The Governor shall appoint the Adjutant-General 
and Quartermaster-Generals, as also his aides de cam.p. 

Sec. 8. Major-Generals shall appoint their aides de camp and 
all other division staff officers. Brigadier-Generals shall 
appoint their Brigade Majors and all other brigade staff officers, 
and Colonels shall appoint their regimental staff officers. 

Sec. 9. All militia officers shall be commissioned by the 
Governor, and shall hold their commissions during good 
behavior or until they arrive at the age of sixty years. 

Sec. 10. The General Assembly shall, by law, fix the method 
of dividing the militia of the said State into divisions, brigades, 
regiments, battalions and companies, and shall also fix the 
rank of all staff officers. 



ARTICLE YIII. 

Section 1. Every twelfth year, after this Constitution shall 
have taken effect, at the general election held for Governor, 
there shall be a poll opened in which the qualified electors of 
the State shall express, by vote, whether they are in favor of 
calling a convention or not; and if there should be a majority 
of all the votes given at such election in favor of a convention, 
the Governor shall inform the next General Assembly thereof, 
whose duty it shall be to provide, by law, for the election of the 
members to the convention, the number thereof, and the time 
and place of their meeting, which law shall not be passed unless 
agreed to by a majority of all the members elected to both 
branches of the General Assembly, and which convention, when 
met, shall have it in their power to raise, amend or change the 
CoiiHtitution. But as the holding any part of the human 
creation in slavery or involuntary servitude can only originate 
in usurpation and tyranny, no alteration of this Constitution 
shall over take place so as to introduce slavery or involuntary 
servitude in this State otherwise than for the punishment of 
crimes whereof the party shall have been duly convicted. 



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ARTICLE IX. 



Section 1. Knowledge and learning, generally diffused 
through a community, being essential to the preservation of a 
free government, and spreading the opportunities and advan- 
tages of education through the various parts of the country 
being highly conducive to this end, it shall be the duty of the 
General Assembly to provide, by law, for the improvement of 
such lands as are or hereafter may be granted by the United 
States to this State for the use of schools, and to apply any 
funds which may be raised from such lands or from any other 
quarter to the accomplishment of the grand object for which 
they are or may be intended. But no lands granted for the use 
of schools or seminaries of learning shall be sold by authority 
of this State prior to the year 1820 ; and the moneys which 
may be raised out of the sale of any such lands, or otherwise 
obtained for the purposes aforesaid, shall be and remain a fund 
for the exclusive purpose of promoting the interest of literature 
and the sciences, and for the support of seminaries and public 
schools. The General Assembly shall, from time to time, pass 
such laws as shall be calculated to encourage intellectual, 
scientiiical and agricultural improvements, by allowing rewards 
and immunities for the promotion and improvement of arts, 
sciences, commerce, manufacture and natural history ; and to 
countenance and encourage the principles of humanity, hon- 
esty, industry and morality. 

Sec, 2. It shall be the duty of the General Assembly, as 
soon as circumstances will permit, to provide, by law, for a 
general system of education, ascending in a regular gradation 
from township schools to a State University, wherein tuition 
shall be gratis, and equally open to all. 

Sec. 3. And for the promotion of such salutary end, the 
money which shall be paid, as an equivalent, by persons ex- 
empt from military duty, except in times of war, shall be exclu- 
sively, and in equal proportion, applied to the support ot 
County Seminaries ; also, all fines assessed for any breach of 
the penal laws shall be applied to said seminaries in the 
county wherein they shall be assessed. 

Sec. 4. It shall be the duty of the General Assembly, as 
soon as circumstances will permit, to form a penal code^ 



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founded on the principles of reformation, and not of vindictive 
justice. ^ And, also to provide one or more farms to be an 
asylum for tliose persons, w^ho, by reason of age, infirmity, or 
other misfortunes, may have a claim upon the aid and benefi- 
cence of society ; on such principles, that such persons may 
therein find employment and every reasonable comfort, and 
lose by their usefulness, the degrading sense of dependence. 

Sec. 5. The General Assembly, at the time they lay off a 
new county, shall cause at least ten per cent, to be reserved 
out of the proceeds of the sale of town lots in the seat of jus- 
tice of such county, for the use of a public library for such 
county, and at the same session they shall incorporate a Library 
Company under such rules and regulations as will best secure 
its permanence and extend its benefits. 

ARTICLE X. 

Section 1. There shall not be established or incorporated 
in this State, any bank or banking company, or monied insti- 
tution for the purpose of issuing bills of credit, or bills payable 
to order or bearer : Provided, That nothing herein contained 
shall be so construed as to prevent the General Assembly from 
establishing a State Bank, and branches, not exceeding one 
branch for any three counties, and be established at such place 
within such counties as the Directors of the State Bank may 
select : ^. Provided, There be subscribed, and paid in specie, on 
the part of individuals, a sum equal to thirty thousand dollars : 
Provided also, That the bank at Vincennes, and the Farmers' 
and Mechanics' Bank of Indiana, at Madison, shall be consid- 
ered as incorporated banks, according to the true tenor of the 
charters granted to said banks by the Legislature of the Indi- 
ana Territory : Provided, That nothing herein contained shall 
be so construed, as to prevent the General Assembly from 
adopting either of the aforesaid banks as the State Bank, and 
in case either of them shall be adopted as the State Bank, the 
other may become a branch under the rules and regulations 
hereinbefore prescribed. 

ARTICLE XL 

Section 1. Every person who shall be chosen or appointed 
to any office of trust or profit, under the authority of this 



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3tate, shall, before entering on the duties of said office, take 
m oath or affirmation, before any person lawfully authorized 
;o administer oaths, to support the Constitution of the United 
States, and the Constitution of this State, and also an oath of 
office. 

Sec. 2. Treason against this State shall consist only in 
evying war against it, in adhering to its enemies, or giving 
;hem aid and comfort. 

Sec. 3. No person shall be convicted of treason, unless on 
;he testimony of two witnesses to the same overt act, or his 
)wn confession in open court. 

Sec. 4. The manner of administering an oath, or affirma- 
ion, shall be such as is most consistent with the conscience of 
;he deponent, and shall be esteemed the most solemn appeal to 
jrod. 

Sec. 5. Every person shall be disqualified from serving as 
Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Senator, or Representative, 
br the term for which he shall have been elected, who shall 
lave been convicted of having given, or offered any bribe, treat, 
)r reward to procure his election. 

Sec. 6. All officers shall reside within the State; and all 
listrict, county, or town officers, within their respective dis- 
;ricts, counties or towns (the trustees of the town of Clarks- 
;^ille excepted,) and shall keep their respective offices at such 
)lace8 therein, as may be directed by law ; and all militia 
)fficers shall reside within the bounds of the division, brigade, 
•egiment, battalion or company to which they may severally 
)elong. 

Sec. 7. There shall be neither slavery nor involuntary 
servitude in this State, otherwise than for the punishment of 
;rimes, whereof the party shall have been duly convicted, nor 
shall any indenture of any negro or mulatto, hereafter made 
ind executed out of the bounds of this State be of any validity 
vithin the State. 

Sec. 8. No act of the General Assembly shall Oe in force 
mtil it shall have been published in print, unless in cases of 
emergency. 



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Sec. 9. All commisBions shall be in tlie name, and by tlie 
authority of the State of Indiana; and sealed with the State 
seal, and sio-ned by the Governor and attested by the Secretary 
of State. 

Sec. 10. There shall be elected in each county a Recorder,, 
who shall hold his office during the term of seven years, if he 
shall so long behave well : Prooided, That nothing herein con- 
tained shall prevent the Clerks of the Circuit Courts from hold- 
ing the office of Recorder. 

Sec. 11. Corydon, in Harrison County, shall be the seat of 
Government of the State of Indiana, until the year eighteen 
hundred and twenty-five, and until removed by law. 

Sec. 12. The General Assembly, when Ihey lay oW any new 
county, shall not reduce the old county, or counties, from 
which the same shall be taken to a less content than four hun- 
dred square miles. 

Sec 13. No person shall hold more than one lucrative office 
at the same time, except as in this Constitution is expressly per- 
mitted. 

Sec. 14. No person shall be appointed as a county officer, 
within any county, who shall not have been a citizen and an 
inhabitant therein one year next preceding his appointment, 
if the county shall have been so long erected, but if the county 
shall not have been so long erected, then within the limits of 
the county, or counties, out of which it shall have been taken. 

Sec. 15. All town and township officers shall be appointed 
in such manner as shall be directed by law. 

Sec 16. The following officers of Government shall not be 
allowed greater annual salaries until the year eighteen hundred 
and nineteen, then as follows : The Governor, one thousand 
dollars; the Secretary of State, four hundred dollars; the 
Auditor of Public Accounts, four hundred dollars ; the Treas- 
urer, four hundred dollars; the Judges of the Supreme Court, 
eight hundred dollars each; the Presidents of the Circuit 
Courts, eight hundred dollars each; and the members of the 
General Assembly, not exceeding two dollars per day each, dur- 
ing their attendance on the same, and two dollars for every 
twenty-five miles they shall severally travel on the most usual 
route in going to and returning from the General Assembly ; 



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after which time their pay shall be regulated by law. < But no 
law, passed to increase the pay of the members of the General 
Assembly, shall take effect until after the close of the session 
at which such law shall have been passed 

Sec. 17. In order that the boundaries of the State of Indi- 
ana may more certainly be known and established, it is hereby 
ordained and declared that the following shall be and forever 
remain the boundaries of the said State, to-wit: Bounded on 
the east by the meridian line which forms the western boundary 
of the State of Ohio, on the south by the Ohio River, from the 
mouth of the Great Miami River, to the mouth of the River 
Wabash ; on the west by a line drawn along the middle of the 
Wabash River from its mouth to a point, where a due north 
line drawn from the town of Vincennes would last touch the 
northwestern shore of the said Wabash River ; and from thence 
by a due north line until the same shall intersect an east and 
west line, drawn through a point ten miles north of the south- 
ern extreme of Lake Michigan ; on the north by the said east 
and west line, until the same shall intersect the first mentioned 
meridian line, which forms the western boundary of the State 
of Ohio. 

ARTICLE XIL 

Section 1, That no evils or inconveniences may arise from 
the change of a Territorial Government to a permanent State 
Government, it is declared by this Convention that all rights, 
suits, actions, prosecutions, recognizances, contracts and claims, 
both as it respects individuals and bodies corporate, shall con- 
tinue as if no change had taken in this Government. 

Sec. 2. All fines, penalties and forfeitures, due, and owing 
to the Territory of Indiana, or any county therein, shall inure 
to the use of the State or county. All bonds executed to the 
Governor, or any other officer in his official capacity in the 
Territory, shall pass over to the Governor or others officer ot 
the State or county, and their successors in office, for the use 
of the State or county, or by him or them to be respectively 
assigned over to the use of those concerned, as the case may be; 

Sec. 3. The Governor, Secretary and Judges and all other 
■officers, both civil and military, under the Territorial Govern- 



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meet, shall continue in tlie exercise of tlie duties of their 
respective departments until the said officers are susperseded 
under the authority of this Constitution. 

Sec. 4. All laws and parts of laws now in force in this 
Territory not inconsistent with this Constitution, shall con- 
tinue and remain in full force and effect until they expire or be 
repealed. 

Sec. 5. The Governor shall use his private seal until a State 
seal he procured. 

Sec 6. The Governor, Secretary of State, Auditor of Public 
Accounts and Treasurer shall severally reside and keep all the 
public records, books and papers in any manner relating to 
their respective offices at the seat of government : Providedy 
notwithstanding, That nothing herein contained shall be so con- 
strued as to affect the residence of the Governor for the space 
of six months, and until buildings suitable for his accommoda- 
tion shall be procured at the expense of the State. 

Sec. 7. All suits, pleas, plaints and other proceedings now 
depending in any Court of Record or Justice's Court shall be 
prosecuted to final judgment and execution, and all appeals, 
writs of error certiorari, injunction or other proceedings 
whatsoever, shall progress and be carried on in the respective 
court or courts, in the same manner as is now provided by law, 
and all proceedings had therein in as full and complete a man- j 
ner as if this Constitution were not adopted. And appeals and j 
writs of error may be taken from the Circuit Court and General j 
Court now established in the Indiana Territory to the Supreme 
Court in such manner as shall be provided for by law. 

Sec. 8, The President of this convention shall issue writs of 
election, directed to the several Sheriffs of the several counties, 
requiring them to cause an election to be held for a Governor,: 
Lieutenant-Governor, a Representative to the Congress of the I 
United States, Members of the General Assembly, Sheriffs aiidi 
Coroners, at the respective election districts in each county, oni 
the first Monday in August next ; which election shall be con- 
ducted in tlje [manner] prescribed by the existing election law8^ 
of the Indiana Territory ; and the said Governor, Lieutenant- j 
Governor, Members of the General Assembly, Sheriffs andi 



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Coroners, then duly elected, Bliall continue to exercise the 
iuties of their respective offices for the time prescribed by this 
I!onstitution, and until their successor or successors are quali- 
ied, and no longer. 

Sec. 9. Until the first enumeration shall be made, as directed 
)y this Constitution, the county of Wayne shall be entitled to 
)ne Senator and three Representatives ; the county of Frank- 
in, one Senator and three Representatives; the county of 
)earborn, one Senator and two Representatives ; the county of 
Switzerland, one Representative, and the counties of Jefferson 
aid Switzerland, one Senator, and the county of Jefferson, two 
lepresentatives ; the county of Clark, one Senator and three 
lepresentatives ; the county of Harrison, one Senator and 
hree Representatives; the counties of Washington, Orange 
,nd Jackson, one Senator, and the county of Washington^ two 
Representatives; the counties of Orange and Jackson, one 
Representative each ; the county of Knox, one Senator and 
hree Representatives ; the county of Gibson, one Senator and 
wo Representatives ; the counties of Posey, Warrick and 
*erry, one Senator, and each of the aforesaid counties of Posey, 
V"arrick and Perry, one Representative. 

Sec. 10. All books, records, documents, warrants and papers 
ppertaining and belonging to the office of the Territorial 
treasurer of the Indiana Territory, and all moneys therein, and 
11 papers and documents in the office of the Secretary of said 
'erritory, shall be disposed of as the General Assembly of this 
tate may direct. 

Sec. 11. All suits, actions, pleas, plaints, prosecutions and 
auses whatsoever, and all records, books, papers and docu- 
lents now in the General Court, may be transferred to the 
upreme Court established by this Constitution. And all 
auses, suits, actions, pleas, plaints and prosecutions whatso- 
^er now existing or pending in the Circuit Courts of this 
'erritory, or which may be therein at the change of govern- 
lent, and all records, books, papers and documents relating 
) the said suits or filed in the said courts may be transferred 
ver to the Circuit Courts established by this Constitution, 
nder such rules and regulations as the General Assembly 
lay direct. 



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Pone in convention at Corydon on tlie twenty-ninth day of 
June, in the year of our Lord, eighteen hundred and Bixteen, 
and of the Independence of the United States the fortieth. 

In "Witness Whereof, We have hereunto subscribed our 
names. 

JONATHAN JENNINGS, 
President of the Convention and Delegate from the County of Chrk. 

WILLIAM HENDRICKS, 

Secretary. 



Thomas Carr, 
John K. Graham, 
James Lemon, 
James Scott, 
James Dill, 
Ezra Ferris, 
Solomon Man waring, 
James Brownlee, 
William H. Eades, 
Robert Hanna, 
Enoch McCarty, 
James Noble, 
Alexander Daein, 
Fred Rapp, 
David Robb, 
James Smith, Jr., 
John Boone, 
Davis Floyd, 
Daniel C. Lane, 
Dennis Pennington, 
Patrick Shields, 
Nath'l Hurst, 
David H. Maxwell, 
Samuel Smock, 
John Badottet, 
John Benefeil, 
John Johnson, 
Wm. Polke, 
B. Parke, 
Charles Polke, Delegate 



Delegates in Convention from thfi 
Count V of Clark. 



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! Delegates in Convention 
j County of Dearborn. 



from the 



! Delegates in Convention from thi 
County of Franklin. | 



Delegates in Convention 
County of Gibson. 



Delegates in Convention 
County of Harrison. 

J 

1 Delegates in Convention 
j County of Jefferson. 



! Delegates in Convention 
County of Knox. 



from the County of Perry. 



from th<j 



from thi 



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Daun Lynn, Delegate from the County of Posey. 

William Cotton, Delegate from the County of Switzerland. 

John De Pauw. 

William Graham. 

[William Lonee. 

3amuel Milroy. 

Elobert Mclntire. 

Patrick Beard. 

Jeremiah Cox. 

Eugh Cull. 

loseph Holemau. 

Attest : William Hendricks, 

Sec^y. 



CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF INDIANA. 



1851. 



PREAMBLE. 



To the end th»t justice be established, public order maintainedj 
and liberty perpetuated : We, the people of the State o;| 
Indiana, grateful to Almighty God for the free exercise o 
the right to choose our own form of government, do ordaii 
thii Gonititation. 



ARTICLE L 



BILL OF BIQHTS. 



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Section 1. We declare that all men are created equal; thi 
they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienablj 
rights; that among these are life, liberty, and the pursuit <; 
happiness ; that all power is inherent in the people ; and thjj 
all free governments are, and of right ought to be, founded oi 
their authority, and instituted for their peace, safety, and we, 
being. For the advancement of these ends, the people haT| 
at all times an indefeasible right to alter and reform their goj 
ernment. 

Sec. 2. All men shall be secured in their natural right j 
worship Almighty God according to the dictates of their ot» 
consciences. 

Sec. 8. Fo law shall, in any case whatever, control the frji 
exercise and enjoyment of religious opinions, or interfere wii 
the rights of conscience. 

Sec. 4. No preference shall be given, by law, to any cre<|, 
religious society or mode of „ worship; and no man shall |i 
compelled to attend, erect or support any place of worship,! 
to maintain any ministry against his consent. j 



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Skc. 6. No religious test shall be required as a qualification 
for any office of trust or profit. 

Sec. 6. No money shall be drawn from the treasury for tko 
benefit of any religious or theological institution. 

Sec. 7. No person shall be rendered incompetent as a wit- 
ness, in consequence of his opinion on matters of religion. 

Sec. 8. The mode of administering an oath or affirmation 
fhall be such as may be most consistent with, and binding upon, 
the conscience of the person to whom such oath or affirmation 
may be administered. 

Sec. 9. No law shall be passed restraining the free inter- 
change of thought and opinion, or restricting the right to 
speak, write, or print, freely, on any subject whatever; but for 
the abuse of that right every person shall be responsible. 

Sec. 10. In all prosecutions for libel, the truth of the matters 
jilleged to be libelous may be given in justification. 

Sec. 11. The right of the people to be secure in their per- 
sons, houses, papers and effects, against unreasonable search or 
seizure shall not be violated, and no warrant shall issue, but 
upon probable cause, supported by oath or affirmation, and 
particularly describing the place to be searched, and the person 
or thing to be seized. 

Sec. 12. All courts shall be open; and every man, for injury 
done to him, in his person, property or reputation, shall have 
remedy by due course of law. •» Justice shall be administered 
freely and without purchase; completely, and without denial; 
speedily, and without delay. 

Sec. 13. In all criminal prosecutions the accused shall have 
the right to' a public trial, by an impartial jury in the county in 
which the offense shall have been committed; to be heard by 
himself and counsel; to demand the nature and cause of the 
accusation against him, and to have a copy thereof; to meet 
the witnesses face to face, and to have compulsory process for 
obtaining witnesses in his favor. 

Sec 14. No person shall be put in jeopardy twice for the 
same offense. No person, in any criminal prosecution, shall be 
compelled to testify against himself. 



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Sec. 15. No person arrested, or confined in jail, shall be 
treated with unnecessary rigor. 

Sec. 16. Excessive bail shall not be required. Excessive 
fines shall not be imposed. Cruel and unusual punishment 
•hall not be inflicted. All penalties shall be proportioned to 
the nature of the otlense. 

Sec. 17. Offenses, other than murder or treason, shall be 
bailable by sufficient sureties. Murder or treason shall not be 
bailable when the proof is evident, or the presumption strong. 

Sec. 18. The penal code shall be founded on the principles 
of reformation, and not of vindictive justice. 

Sec. 19. In all criminal cases whatever, the j ury shall have 
the right to determine the law and the facts. 

Sec. 20. In all civil cases the right of trial by jury shall re- 
main inviolate. 

Seo. 21. No man's particular services shall be demanded 
without just compensation. No man's property shall be taken 
by law without just compensation; nor, except in case of the 
State, without such compensation first assessed and tendered. 

Sec 22. The privilege of the debtor to enjoy the necessary 
comforts of life, shall be recognized by wholesome laws, ex- 
empting a reasonable amount of property from seizure or salt 
for the payment of any debt or liability hereafter contracted ; 
and there shall be no imprisonment for debt, except in case ol 
fraud. 

Sec 23. The General Assembly shall not grant to any citi- 
ten, or class of citizens, privileges or immunities which, upon 
the same terms, shall not equally belong to all citizens. 

Sec 24. No ex post facto law, or law impairing the obligation 
of contract, shall ever be passed. 

Sec 25. No law shall be passed, the taking effect of which 
•hall be made to depend upon any authority, except as provided 
in this Constitution. 

Sec. 26. The operation of the laws shall never be suspended 
except by the authority of the General Assembly. 

Seo. 27. The privileges of the writ of habeas corpus shall 
not be suspended, except in case of rebellion or invasion, and 
then only if the public safety demand it. 



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Bbo. 28. Treason against the State shall consist only in levy- 
ing war against it, and giving aid and comfort to its enemiet. 

8bo. 29. Ko person shall be convicted of treason, except on 
the testimony of two witnesses to the samn overt act, or upon 
his confession in open court. 

Sbo. 80. No conviction shall work corruption of blood or 
forfeiture of estate. 

Seo. 81. No law shall restrain any of the inhabitants of the 
Btate from assembling together, in a peaceable manner, to con- 
•ult for their common good ; nor from instructing their repre- 
lentatives; nor from applying to the General Assembly for 
redress of grievances. 

Ssc. 82. The people shall have a right to bear arms for th« 
defense of themselves and the Btate. 

Seo. 33. The military shall be kept in strict subordination 
to the civil power. 

Seo. 34. No soldier shall, in time of peace, be quartered in 
any house without the consent of the owner ; nor in time of 
war but in a manner to be prescribed by law. 

Seo. 85. The General Assembly shall not grant any title of 
aobility, nor confer hereditary distinctions. 

Sbo. 86. Emigration from the State shall not be prohibited. 

Sbo. 87. There shall be neither slavery nor involuntary servi- 
tude, within the State, otherwise than for the punishment of 
crime, whereof the party shall have been duly convicted. No 
indenture of any negro or mulatto, made or executed out of 
the bounds of the State, shall be valid within the State. 

ARTICLE n. 

suffrage and ELECTIOlf. 

Bbotion 1. All elections shall be free and equal. 

Sec 2. In all elections not otherwise provided for by this 
Constitution, every male citizen of the United States, of the 
age of twenty-one years and upwards, who shall have re^sided 
In the State during the six months, and in the township nixty 



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days, and in the ward or precinct thirty days immediately pre- 
ceding such election ; and every male of foreign birth, of the 
age of twenty- one years and upwards, who shall have resided 
in the United States one year, and shall have resided in this 
State during the six months, and in the township sixty days, 
and in the ward or precinct thirty days, immediately preceding 
such election, and shall have declared his intention to become a 
citizen of the United States, conformably to the laws of. the 
United States on the subject of naturalization, shall be entitled 
to vote in the township or precinct where he may reside, if he 
■hall have been duly registered according to law. 

Sec. 3. Wo soldier, seaman or marine, in the army or navy 
of the United States, or their allies, shall be deemed to have 
acquired a residence in this State in consequence of having 
been stationed within the same; nor shall any such soldier, sea- 
man or marine, have the right to vote. 

Sec. 4. No person shall be deemed to have lost his residence 
in the State by reason of his absence either on business of the 
State or of the United States. 

Sec. 5. [Stricken out by constitutional amendment of March 
24, 1881.] 

Sec. 6. Every person shall be disqualified from holding 
office during the term for which he may have been elected, 
who shall have given or offered a bribe, threat, or reward t« 
procure his election. 

Sec. 7. Every person who shall give or accept a challenge 
to fight a duel, or who shall knowingly carry to another per- 
son such challenge, or who shall agree to go out of the State t# 
flght a duel, shall be ineligible to any office of trust or profit. 

Sec. 8. The General Assembly shall have power to deprive 
of the right of suffrage, and to render ineligible any person 
eonvicted of an infamous crime. 

Sec. 9. .No person holding a lucrative office or appointment, 
nnder the United States, or under this State, shall be eligible t© 
a seat in the General Assembly ; nor shall any person hold 
more than one lucrative office at the same time, except as im 
this Constitution expressly permitted : Provided, That offices ia 
the militia, to which there is attacUed no annual salary, and th« 
office of Deputy Postmaster, where the compensation does not 



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exceed ninety dollars per annum, shall not be deemed lucrative ; 
And provided, also, That counties containing less than one thou- 
sand polls may confer the office of Clerk, Recorder and Auditor, 
or any two of said offices, upon the same person. 

Sec. 10. No person who may hereafter be a collector or 
holder of public moneys, shall be eligible to any office of trust 
or profit until he shall have accounted for and paid over, ac- 
cording to law, all sums for which he may be liable. 

Sec. 11. In all cases in which it is provided that an office 
shall not be tilled by the same person more than a certain num- 
ber of years continuously, an appointment pro tempore shall not 
be reckoned a part of that term. 

Sec. 12. In all cases, except treason, felony and breach of 
the peace, electors shall be free from arrest in going to elections, 
during their attendance there, and in returning from the same. 

Sbc. 13. All elections by the people shall be by ballot ; and 
*11 elections by the General Assembly, or by either branch 
thereof, shall be viva voce. 

Sec. 14. All general elections shall be held on the first 
Tuesday after the first Monday in November ; but township 
elections may be held at such time as may be provided by law : 
Provided, That the General Assembly may provide by law for 
the election of all judges of courts of general or appellate juris- 
diction, by an election to be held for such officers only, at 
which time no other officer shall be voted for ; and shall also 
provide for the registration of all persons entitled to vote. 



ARTICLE III. 



DISTRIBUTION OF POWERS. 

Section 1. The powers of the Government are divided into 
three separate departments : the Legislative, the Executive (in- 
cluding the Administrative), and the Judicial ; and no person 
charged with official duties under one of these departments 
•thall exercise any of the functions of another except as in this 
Constitution expressly provided. 



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ARTICLE IV. 

LEQISLATIVB. 

Section 1. The Legislative authority of the State shall be 
Tested in a General Assembly, which shall consist of a Senate 
and House of Representatives. The style of every law shall 
be, "Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of 
Indiana;" and no law shall be enacted except by bill. 

Sec. 2. The Senate shall not exceed fifty, nor the House of 
Representatives one hundred members ; and they shall be 
chosen by the electors of the respective counties or districts 
into which the State may, from time to time, be divided. 

Sec. 3. Senators shall be elected for the term of four years, 
and Representatives for the term of two years, from the day 
next after their general election : Provided, however, That the 
Senators elect, at the second meeting of the General Assembly 
under this Constitution, shall be divided, by lot, into two equal 
classes, as nearly as may be ; and the seats of Senators of the 
first class shall be vacated at the expiration of two years, and 
those of the second class at the expiration of four years ; so that 
one-half, as nearly as possible, shall be chosen biennially for- 
ever thereafter. And in case of increase in the number of Sen- 
ators, they shall be so annexed by lot, to the one or the other 
of the two classes, as to keep them as nearly equal as practica- 
ble. 

Sec. 4. The General Assembly shall, 'at its second session 
after the adoption of this Constitution, and every sixth year 
thereafter, cause an enumeration to be made of all the male in- 
habitants over the age of twenty-one years. 

Sec 5. The number of Senators and Representatives shall, 
at the session next following each period of making such enu- 
meration, be fixed by law, and apportioned among the several 
counties, according to the number of male inhabitants, above 
twenty-one years of age, in each: Provided, That the first and 
second elections of members of the General Assembly, under 
this Constitution, shall be according to the apportionment last 
made by the General Assembly before the adoption of this Con- 
■titution. 



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Sec. 6. A Senatorial or Representative district, where mor« 
than one county shall constitute a district, shall he composed 
of contiguous counties ; and no county, for Senatorial appor- 
tionment, shall ever be divided. 

Seo. 7. No person shall be a Senator or a Representative, who, 
at the time of his election, is not a citizen of the United States; 
nor any one who has not been, for two years next preceding 
his election, an inhabitant of this State, and for one year next 
preceding his election, an inhabitant of the county or district 
whence he may be chosen. Senators shall be at least twenty- 
five, and Representatives at least twenty-one years of age. 

Sec. 8. Senators and Representatives, in all cases except 
treason, felony, and breach of the peace, shall be privileged 
from arrest during the session of the General Assembly, and 
in going to and returning from the same ; and shall not be sub- 
ject to any civil process during the session of the General As- 
sembly, nor during the fifteen days next before the commence- 
ment thereof. For any speech or debate in either House, a 
member shall not be questioned in any other place. 

Sec. 9. The sessions of the General Assembly shall be held 

biennially, at the capital of the State, commencing on the 

Thursday next after the first Monday of January, in the year 

one thousand eight hundred and fifty-three, and on the same 

day of every second year thereafter, unless a different day or 

place shall have been appointed by law. But if, in the opinion 

of the Governor, the public welfare shall require it, he may, at 

any time, by proclamation, call a special session. 

« 
Sec. 10. Each House, when assembled, shall choose its own 

officers (the President of the Senate excepted), judge the elec- 
tions, qualifications and returns of its own members, determine 
its rules of proceeding, and sit upon its own adjournment. 
But neither House shall, without the consent of the other, ad- 
journ for more than three days, nor to any place other than 
that in which it may be sitting. 

Seo. 11. Two-thirds of each House shall constitute a quorum 
to do business; but a smaller number may meet, adjourn from 
day to day, and compel the attendance of absent members. A 
quorum being in attendance, if either House fail to effect an 
organization within the first five days thereafter, the memberi 



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of the House bo failing shall be entitled to no compensation 
from the end of the said five days, until an organization shall 
have been effected. 

Sec. 12. Each House shall keep a journal of its proceedings, 
and publish the same. The yeas and nays, on any question, 
shall, at the request of any two members, be entered, together 
with the names of the members demanding the same, on the 
journal: Provided^ That on a motion to adjourn, it shall require 
one-tenth of the members present to order the yeas and nays. 

Sec. 13. The doors of each House, and of Committees of the 
Whole, shall be kept open, except in such cases as, in the opin- 
ion of either House, may require secrecy. 

Sec. 14. Either House may punish its members for disor- 
derly behavior, and may, with the concurrence of two-thirds, 
expel a member ; but not a second time for the same cause. 

Sbo. 15. Either House, during its session, may punish, by 
imprisonment, any person not a member, who shall have been 
guilty of disrespect to the House, by disorderly or contemptu- 
ous behavior in its presence ; but such imprisonment shall not, 
at any time, exceed twenty-four hours. 

Sbo. 16. Each House shall have all powers necessary for a 
branch of the legislative department of a free and independent 
State. 

Sec. 17. Bills may originate in either House, but may be 
amended or rejected in the other, except that bills for raising 
revenue shall originate in the House of Representatives. 

Sec. 18. Every bill shall be read by sections, on three several 
days in each House ; unless, in case of emergency, two- thirds 
of the House where such bill may be depending shall, by a vote 
of yeas and nays, deem it expedient to dispense with this rule ; 
but the reading of a bill by sections, on its final passage, shall 
in no case be dispensed with; and the vote on the passage of 
every bill or joint resolution shall be taken by yeas and nays. 

Sec. 19. Every act shall embrace but one subject, and mat- 
ters properly connected therewith; which subject shall be ex- 
pressed in the title. But if any subject shall be embraced in 
an act, which shall not be expressed in the title, such act shall 
be void only as to so much thereof as shall not be expressed in 
the title. " 



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Sec. 20. Every act and joint resolution shall be plainly 
worded, avoiding, as far as practicable, the use of technical 
terms. 

Sec. 21. No act shall ever be revised or amended by mere 
reference to its title; but the act revised, or section amended, 
•hall be set forth and published at full length. 

Sec. 22. The General Assembly shall not pass local or special 
laws in any of the following enumerated cases, that is to say : 

Regulating the jurisdiction and duties of justices of the peace 
and of constables; 

For the punishment of crimes and misdemeanors; 

Regulating the practice in courts of justice; 

Providing for changing the venue in civil and criminal cases; 

Granting divorces; 

Changing the names of persons; 

For laying out, opening and working on, highways, and for 
the election or appointment of supervisors; 
, Vacating roads, town plats, streets, alleys and public squares; 

Summoning and impanneling grand and petit juries, and 
providing for their compensation ; 

Regulating county and township business; 

Regulating'the election of county and township officers, and 
their compensation; 

For the assessment and collection of taxes for State, county, 
township or road purposes ; 

Providing for supporting common schools, and. for the pre- 
■ervation of school funds ; 

In relation to fees or salaries ; except that the laws may be 
■o made as to grade the compensation of officers in proportion 
to the population and the necessary services required ; 

In relation to interest on money ; 

Providing for opening and conducting elections of State, 
county or township officers, and designating the places of 
Toting ; 

Providing for the sale of real estate belonging to minors, or 
other persons laboring under legal disabilities, by executors^ 
administrators, guardians or trustees 



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Sec. 28. In all the cases enumerated in the preceding sec- 
tion, and in all other cases where a general law can be mad* 
applicable, all laws shall be general and of uniform operatioa 
throughout the State. 

Sec. 24. Provisions may be made by general law, for bring- 
ing suits against the State, as to all liabilities originating after 
the adoption of this Constitution; but no special act authoriz- 
ing such suit to be brought, or making compensation to any 
person claiming damages against the State, shall ever be passed. 

Sec. 25. A majority of all the members elected to each 
House shall be necessary to pass every bill or joint resolution; 
and all bills and joint resolutions so passed shall be signed by 
the presiding officers of the respective houses. 

Sec. 26. Any member of either House shall have the right 
to protest, and to have his protest, with his reasons for dissent, 
entered on the journal. 

Sec. 27. Every statute shall be a public law, unless otherwise 
declared in the statute itself. 

Sec. 28. No act shall take effect until the same shall have 
been published and circulated in the several counties of this 
State, by authority, except in case of emergency ; which emer- 
gency shall be declared in the preamble or in the body of the 
law. 

Sec. 29. The members of the General Assembly shall re- 
ceive for their services a compensation, to be fixed by law ; but 
no increase of compensation shall take effect during the session 
at which such increase may be made. No session of the Gen- 
eral Assembly, except the first under this Constitution, shall 
extend beyond the term of sixty-one days, nor any special ses- 
§ion beyond the term of forty days. 

Sec. 30. No Senator or Representative shall, during the term 
for which he may have been elected, be eligible to any office, 
the election to which is vested in the General Assembly, nor 
eball he be appointed to any civil office of profit, which shall 
have been created, or the emoluments of which shall have been 
increased, during such term; but this latter provision shall not 
be construed to apply to any office elective by the people. 



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ARTICLE V. 

BXECUTIVB. 

Section 1. The executive powers of the State shall be vested 
in a Governor. He shall hold his office during four years, and 
Bhall not be eligible more than four years in any period of 
eight years. 

Sec. 2. There shall be a Lieutenant Governor, who shall 
hold his office during four years. 

Sec. 3. The Governor and Lieutenant Governor shall be 
elected at the times and places of choosing members of the 
General Assembly. 

Sec. 4. In Toting for Governor and Lieutenant Governor 
the electors shall designate for whom they vote as Governor, 
and for whom rs Lieutenant Governor. The returns of every 
election for Governor and Lieutenant Governor shall be sealed 
up and transm'tted to the seat of government, directed to the 
Speaker of th€ House of Representatives, who shall open and 
publish them i ^ the presence of both Houses of the General 
Assenil)ly. 

Sec 3. The p<Ersons, respectively, having the highest num- 
ber of votes fcr Governor and Lieutenant Governor, shall be 
elected ; but in case two or more persons shall have an equal 
and the highest number of votes for either office, the General 
Assembly shall, by joint vote, forthwith proceed to elect one 
of the said persons Governor or Lieutenant Governor, as the 
case may be. 

Sec. 6. Contested elections for Governor or Lieutenant Gov- 
ernor shall be determined by the General Assembly, in such 
manner as may be prescribed by law. 

Sec. 7. Ko person shall be eligible to the office of Governor 
or Lieutenant Governor, who shall not have been five years a 
citizen of the United States, and also a resident of the State of 
Indiana during the five years next preceding his election ; nor 
shall any person be eligible ^"o either of the said offices who 
shall not have attained the age of thirty years. 



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Sec. 8. No member of Congress, or person holding any 
office under the United States, or under this State, shall fill the 
office of Governor or Lieutenant Governor. 

Sec. 9. The official term of the Governor or Lieutenant 
Governor shall commence on the second Monday of January, 
in the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty-three ; and 
on the same day every fourth year thereafter. 

Sec. 10. In case of the removal of the Governor from office, 
or of his death, resignation or inability to discharge the duties 
of the office, the same shall devolve on the Lieutenant Gov- 
ernor ; and the General Assembly shall, by law, provide for the 
case of removal from office, death, resignation, or inability, 
both of the Governor and Lieutenant Governor, declaring 
what officer then shall act as Governor; and such officer shall 
act accordingly until the disability be removed or a Governor 
be elected. 

Sec. 11. Whenever the Lieutenant Governor shall act as 
Governor, or shall be unable to attend as President of the Sen- 
ate, the Senate shall elect one of its own members as President 
for the occasion. 

Sec. 12. The Governor shall be commander-in-chiet of the 
military and naval forces, and may call out such forces to exe- 
cute the laws, or to suppress insurrection, or to repel invasion. 

Sec. 18. He shall, from time to time, give to the General 
Assembly information touching the condition of the State, and 
recommend such measures as he shall judge to be expedient. 

Sec. 14. Every bill which shall have passed the General As- 
sembly shall be presented to the Governor ; if he approve, he 
Bhall sign it, but if not, he shall return it, with his objections, 
to the House in which it shall have originated, which House 
shall enter the objections at large upon its journals, and pro- 
ceed to reconsider the bill. If, after such reconsideration, a 
majority of all the members elected to that House shall agree 
tp pass the bill, it shall be sent, with the Governor's objections, 
to the other House, by which it shall likewise be reconsidered, 
and if approved by a majority of all the members elected to 
that House, it shall be a law. If any bill shall not be returned 
by the Governor within three days, Sundays excepted, after it 
ih2.ll have been presented to him, it shall be a law without his 



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iignature, unless the general adjournment shall prevent its re- 
turn, in which case it shall be a law, unless the Governor, 
within five days next after such adjournment, shall file such 
bill, with his objections thereto, in the office of the Secretary 
of State, who shall lay the same before the General Assembly 
At its next session in like manner as if it had been returned by 
the Governor. But no bill shall be presented to the Governor 
within two days next previous to the final adjournment of the 
General Assembly. 

Sec. 15. The Governor shall transact all necessary businesa 
with the officers of Government, and may require any infor- 
mation in writing from the officers of the administrative de- 
partment, upon any subject relating to the duties of their 
respective offices. 

Sec. 16. He shall take care that the laws be faithfully 
executed. 

Sec. 17. He shall have the power to grant reprieves, com- 
mutations and pardons, after conviction, for all offenses except 
treason and cases of impeachment, subject to such regulations 
as may be provided by law. Upon conviction for treason, he 
shall have power to suspend the execution of the sentence until 
the case shall be reported to the General Assembly at its next 
meeting, when the General Assembly shall either grant a par- 
don, commute the sentence, direct the execution of the sen- 
tence, or grant a further reprieve. He shall have power to 
remit fines and forfeitures, under such regulations as may be 
prescribed by law, and shall report to the General Assembly at 
its next meeting, each case of reprieve, commutation or par- 
don granted, and also the names of all persons in whose favor 
remission of fines and forfeitures shall have been made, and 
the several amounts remitted : Provided, however^ That the 
General Assembly, may, by law, constitute a council, to be com- 
posed of officers of State, without whose advice and consent 
the Governor shall not have power to grant pardons, in any 
case, except such as may, by law, be left to his sole power. 

Sec. 18. When, during a recess of the General Assembly, ft 
yacancy shall happen in any office, the appointment to which ia 
vested in the General Assembly^ or when, at any time, a va- 
cancy shall have occurred in any other State office, or in th* 

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office of Judge of any court, the Governor shall fill such va- 
cancy by appointment, which^ shall expire when a successor 
•hall have been elected and qualified. 

Sec. 19. He shall issue writs of election to fill such vacan- 
cies as may have occurred in the General Assembly. 

Sec. 20. Should the seat of Government become dangerous 
from disease or a common enemy, he may convene the General 
Assembly at any other place. 

Sec. 21. The Lieutenant Governor shall, by virtu of his 
office, be President of the Senate ; have a right, when In Com- 
mittee of the Whole, to join in debate, and to vote on all sub- 
jects, and, whenever the Senate shall be equally divided, he 
shall give the casting vote. 

Sec. 22. The Governor shall, at stated times, receive for his 
services a compensation which shall neither be increased nor 
diminished during the term for which he shall have been 
elected. 

Sec. 23. The Lieutenant Governor, while he shall act as 
President of the Senate, shall receive for his services the same 
compensation as the Speaker of the House of Representatives; 
and any person acting as Governor shall receive the compensa- 
tion attached to the office of Governor. 

Sec. 24. Neither the Governor nor Lieutenant Governor 
shall be eligible to any other office during the term for which 
he shall have been elected. 

ARTICLE VL 

ADMINISTRATIVE. 

Section 1. There shall be elected by the voters of the State, 
a Secretary, an Auditor, and a Treasurer of State, who shall 
severally hold their offices for two years. They shall perform 
such duties as may be enjoined by law ; and no person shall be 
eligible to either of said offices more than four years in any 
period of six years. 

Sec. 2. There shall be elected in each county, by the voters 
thereof, at the time of holding general elections, a Clerk of the 
Circuit Court, Auditor, Recorder, Treasurer, Sheriff, Coroner^ 



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and {Surveyor. The Clerk, Auditor and Recorder shall con- 
tinue in office four years ; and no person shall be eligible to the 
office of Clerk, Recorder or Auditor more than eight years in 
any period of twelve years. The Treasurer, Sheriff, Coroner, 
and Surveyor, shall continue in office two years ; and no person 
■hall be eligible to the office of Treasurer or Sheriff more than 
four years in any period of six years. 

Sbo. 8. Such other county and township officers as may be 
necessary, shall be elected or appointed, in such manner as may 
be prescribed by law. 

Sec. 4. No person shall be elected or appointed as a county 
officer, who shall not be an elector of the county ; nor any one 
»fho shall not have been an inhabitant thereof during one year 
next preceding his appointment, if the county shall have been 
80 long organized ; but if the county shall not have been so 
long organized, then within the limits of the county or coun- 
ties out of which the same shall have been taken. 

Sec. 5. The Governor, and the Secretary, Auditor and 
Treasurer of State, shall, severally, reside and keep the public 
records, books and papers, in any manner relating to the re- 
spective offices, at the seat of government. 

Seo. 6. All county, township, and town officers shall reside 
within their respective counties, townships, and towns, and 
shall keep their respective offices at such places therein, and 
perform such duties as may be directed by law. 

Sbo. 7. All State officers shall, for crime, incapacity, or neg- 
ligence, be liable to be removed from office, either by impeach- 
ment by the House of Representatives, to be tried by the Sen- 
ate, or by a joint resolution of the General Assembly; two- 
thirds of the members elected to each branch voting, in either 
ease, therefor. 

Sec. 8. All State, county, township, and town officers may 
be impeached, or removed from office, in such manner as may 
be prescribed by law. 

Sec. 9. Vacancies in county, township, and town offices 
■hall be filled in such manner as may be prescribed by law. 

Sec. 10, The General Assembly may confer upon the Boards 
ioing county business in the several counties, powers of a local 
administrative character. 



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ARTICLE VII. 



JUDICIAL. 



Section 1. The Judicial power of the State shall be vested 
in a Supreme Court, in Circuit Courts, and in such other courto 
as the General Assembly may establish. 

Sec. 2. The Supreme Court shall consist of not less than 
three, nor more than five Judges; a majority of whom shall 
form a quorum. They shall hold their ofl3.ces for six years, if 
they so long behave well. 

Sec. 3. The State shall be divided into as many districts as 
there are Judges of the Supreme Court, and such districts shall 
be formed of contiguous territory, as nearly equal in popula- 
tion as, without dividing a county, the same can be made. One 
of said Judges shall be elected from each district, and reside 
therein ; but said Judge shall be elected by the electors of the 
State at large. 

Sec. 4. The Supreme Court shall have jurisdiction, co-ex- 
tensive with the limits of the State, in appeals and writs of 
error, under such regulations and restrictions as may be pre- 
Bcribed by law. It shall also have such original jurisdiction as 
the General Assembly may confer. 

Sec 5. The Supreme Court shall, upon the decision of every 
case, give a statement in writing of each question arising in the 
record of such case, and the decision of the Court thereon. 

Sec. 6. The General Assembly shall provide by law, for the 
speedy publication of the decisions of the Supreme Court, made 
under this Constitution, but no judge shall be allowed to re- 
port such decision. 

Sec. 7. There shall be elected by the voters of the State, a 
Clerk of the Supreme Court, who shall hold his office four years, 
and whose duties shall be prescribed by law. 

Sec. 8. The Circuit Courts shall each consist of one judge, 
and shall have such civil and criminal jurisdiction as may be 
prescribed by law. 



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Sec. 9. The State shall, from time to time, be divided inta 
judicial circuits, and a judge for each circuit shall be elected by 
the voters thereof. He shall reside within the circuit, and shall 
hold his office for the term of six years, if he so long behave 
well. 

Sec. 10. The General Assembly may provide, by law, that 
the judge of one circuit may hold the courts of another circuit, 
in cases of necessity or convenience; and in case of temporary 
inability of any judge, from sickness or other cause, to hold 
the courts in his circuit, provision may be made, by law, for 
holding such courts. 

Sec. 11. There shall be elected, in each judicial circuit, by 
the voters thereof, a prosecuting attorney, who shall hold his 
office for two years. 

Sec. 12. Any judge or prosecuting attorney, who shall have 
been convicted of corruption or other high crime, may, on in- 
formation in the name of the State, be removed from office by 
the Supreme Court, or in such other manner as may be pre- 
scribed by law. 

Sec. 18. The judges of the Supreme Court and Circuit 
Courts shall, at stated times, receive a compensation, which 
shall not be diminished during their continuance in office. 

Skc. 14. A competent number of justices of the peace shall 
be elected by the voters in each township in the several coun- 
ties. They shall continue in office four years, and their powers 
and duties shall be prescribed by law. 

Sec. 15. All judicial officers shall be conservators of the 
peace in their respective jurisdictions. 

Sec. 16. No person elected to any judicial office shall, during 
the term for which he shall have been elected, be eligible to 
any office of trust or profit under the State, other than a judi- 
cial office. 

Sec. 17. The General Assembly may modify or abolish th« 
Grand Jury system. 

Sec. 18. All criminal prosecutions shall be carried on in the 
name, and by the authority of the State ; and the style of all 
processes shall be, " The State of Indiana." 



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Sec. 19. Tribunals of conciliation may be established, with 
Buch powers and duties as shall be prescribed by law ; or the 
powers and duties of the same may be conferred upon other 
courts of justice; but such tribunals or other courts, when sit- 
ting as such, shall have no power to render judgment to be 
obligatory on the parties unless they voluntarily submit their 
matters of difference and agree to abide the judgment of such 
tribunal or court. 

Sec. 20. The General Assembly, at its first session after the 
adoption of this Constitution, shall provide for the appointment 
of three commissioners whose duty it shall be to revise, sim- 
plify and abridge the rules, practice, pleadings and forms of the 
courts of justice. And they shall provide for abolishing the 
distinct forms of action at law now in use; and that justice shall 
be administered in a uniform mode of pleading, without dis- 
tinction between law and equity. And the General Assembly 
may, also, make it the duty of said commissioners to reduce 
into a systematic code the general statute law of the State ; and 
said commissioners shall report the result of their labors to the 
General Assembly, with such recommendations and suggestions, 
AS to the abridgement and amendment, as to said commissioners 
may seem necessary or proper. Provision shall be made by 
law for filling vacancies, regulating the tenure of office and the 
compensation of said commissioners. 

Sec. 21. Every person of good moral character, being a 
voter, shall be entitled to admission to practice law in all 
oourta of j ustice. 



ARTICLE VIII. 

EDUCATION. 

Section 1. Knowledge and learning generally diifused 
throughout a community, being essential to the preservation of 
a free government, it shall be the duty of the General Assem- 
bly to encourage, by all suitable means, moral, intellectual, sci- 
entific and agricultural improvement, and to provide by law for 
a general and uniform system of common schools, wherein 
taiUon shall be without charge, and equally open to all. 



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8ec. 2. The common school fund shall consist of the con- 
gressional township fund, and the lands belonging thereto; 

The surplus revenue fund; 

The saline fund, and the lands belonging thereto ; 

The bank tax fund, and the fund arising from the one hun- 
dved and fourteenth section of the charter of the State Bank 
oi' Indiana; 

The fund to be derived from the sale of county seminaries, 
Bitd the moneys and property heretofore held for such semi- 
ni ries; from the fines assessed for breaches of the penal lawi 
of the State; and from all forfeitures which may accrue; 

All lands and other estate which shall escheat to the State 
lor want of heirs or kindred entitled to the inheritance ; 

All lands that have been or may hereafter be granted to the 
State, where no special purpose is expressed in the grant, and 
the proceeds of the sales thereof; including the proceeds of the 
sales of the Swamp Lands granted to the State of Indiana by 
the act of Congress, of the 28th of September, 1850, after de- 
ducting the expense of selecting and draining the same ; 

Taxes on the property of corporations that may be assessed 
by the General Assembly for Common School purposes. 

Sec. 3. The principal of the Common School Fund shall 
remain a perpetual fund, which may be increased, but shall 
never be diminished ; and the income thereof shall be inviola- 
bly appropriated to the support of Common Schools, and to no 
other purpose whatever. 

Sec. 4. The General Assembly shall invest, in some safe and 
profitable manner, all such portions of the Common School 
Fund as have not heretofore been entrusted to the several 
counties ; and shall make provisions, by law, for the distribu- 
tion, among the several counties, of the interest thereof. 

Sec. 5. If any county shall fail to demand its proportion of 
such interest for Common School purposes, the same shall be 
reinvested for the benefit of such county. 

Sec. 6. The several counties shall be held liable for the pre- 
servation of so much of the said fund as may be entrusted to 
them, and for the payment of the annual interest thereon. 



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8bo. 7. All trust funds held by the State shall remain invio- 
late, and be faithfully and exclusively applied to the purposes 
for which the trust was created. 

8bc. 8. The General Assembly shall provide for the election, 
by the voters of the State, of a State Superintendent of Public 
Instruction, who shall hold his office for two years, and whose 
duties and compensation shall be prescribed by law. 



ARTICLE IX. 

STATE INSTITUTIONS. 

Section 1. It shall be the duty of the General Assembly to 
provide by law for the support of Institutions for the Education 
of the Deaf and Dumb, and of the Blind ; and, also, for the 
treatment of the Insane. 

Sec. 2. The General Assembly shall provide Houses of Ref- 
uge for the correction and reformation of juvenile offenders. 

Sec. 3. The County Boards shall have power to provide 
farms as an asylum for those persons who, by reason of age, 
infirmity, or other misfortune, have claims upon the sympathies 
and aid of society. 

ARTICLE X. 

FINANCE. 

Section 1. The General Assembly shall provide, by law, for 
a uniform and equal rate of assessment and taxation ; and shall 
prescribe such regulations as shall secure a just valuation for 
taxation of all property, both real and personal, excepting such 
only for municipal, educational, literary, scientific, religious or 
charitable purposes, as may be specially exempted by law. 

Sec. 2. AIL the revenues derived from the sale of any of the 
public works belonging to the State, and from the net annual 
income thereof, and any surplus that may, at any time, remain 
in the Treasury derived from taxation for general State pur- 
poses, after the payment of the ordinary expenses of the gov- 
ernment, and of the interest on bonds of the State, other than 



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bank bonds, shall be annually applied, under the direction o# 
the General Assembly, to the payment of the principal of tht 
public debt. 

Sec. 3. No money shall be drawn from the Treasury bat in 
pursuance of appropriations made by law. 

Sec. 4. An accurate statement of the receipts and expendi- 
tures of the public money shall be published with the laws of 
each regular session of the General Assembly. 

Sec. 5. No law shall authorize any debt to be contracted, on 
behalf of the State, except in the following cases; To meet 
casual deficits in the revenue ; to pay the interest on the Stat« 
debt; to repel invasion, suppress insurrection, or, if hostilities 
be threatened, provide for public defense. 

Sec. 6. No county shall subscribe for stock in any incorpo- 
rated company, unless the same be paid for at the time of such 
subscription ; nor shall any county loan its credit to any incor- 
porated company, nor borrow money for the purpose of taking 
stock in any such company ; nor shall the General Assembly 
ever, on behalf of the State, assume the debts of any county^ 
city, town or township, nor of any corporation whatever. 

Sec. 7. No law or resolution shall ever be passed by the 
General Assembly of the State of Indiana that shall recognize 
any liability of this State to pay or redeem any certificate of 
stock issued in pursuance of an act entitled "An act to pro- 
vide for the funded debt of the State of Indiana, and for the 
completion of the Wabash and Erie Canal to Evansville," 
passed January 19, 1846, and an act supplemental to said act 
passed January 29, 1847, which by the provisions of the said 
acts, or either of them, shall be payable exclusively from the 
proceeds of the canal lands, and the tolls and revenues of the 
canal in said acts mentioned; and no such certificates of stocks 
shall ever be paid by this State. 

[Note. — Agreed to by a majority of the members elected to each of the two 
houses of the General Assembly, Regular Session of 1871, and referred to the Gen- 
eral Assembly to be chosen at the next general election. Agreed to by a majority 
of the members elected to each house of the General .Assembly, Special Session ol 
1872, Submitted to the electors of the State by an act approved January 28, 1873. 
Ratified by a majority of the electors,' at an election held on the 18th day of Feb- 
ruary, 1873. Declared a part of the Constitution by proclamation of Thomaa A. 
Hendricks, Governor, dated March 7, 1873.] 



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ARTICLE XI. 

CORPORATIONS. 

Section 1. The General Assembly shall not have power to 
establish, or incorporate any bank or banking company, or 
moneyed institution, for the purpose of issuing bills of credit, 
or bills payable to order or bearer, except under the conditions 
prescribed in this Constitution. 

Sec. 2. No bank shall be established otherwise than under a 
general banking law, except as provided in the fourth section 
of this article. 

Sec. 3. If the General Assembly shall enact a general bank- 
ing law, such law shall provide for the registry and counter- 
signing, by an officer of State, of all paper credit designed to 
be circulated as money; and ample collateral security, readily 
convertible into specie, for the redemption of the same in gold 
or silver, shall be required; which collateral security shall be 
under the control of the proper officer or officers of the State. 

Sec 4. The General Assembly may also charter a bank with 
branches, without collateral security, as required in the preced- 
ing section. 

Sec. 5. If the General Assembly shall establish a bank 
with branches, the branches shall be mutually responsible for 
each other's liabilities, upon all paper credit issued as money. 

Sec 6. The stockholders in every bank, or banking com- 
pany, shall be individually responsible to an amount over and 
above their stock, equal to their respective shares of stock, for 
all debts or liabilities of said bank or banking company. 

Sec 7. All bills or notes issued as money, shall be, at all 
times, redeemable in gold or silver; and no law shall be passed, 
sanctioning, directly or indirectly, the suspension, by any bank 
or banking company, of specie payments. 

Sec 8. Holders of bank notes shall be entitled, in case of 
insolvency, to preference of payment over all other creditors. 

Sec 9. No bank shall receive, directly or indirectly, a greater 
rate of interest than shall be allowed by law to individuals 
loaning money. 



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Sec. 10, Every bank, or banking company, shall be required 
to cease all banking operations within twenty years from the 
time of it8 organization, and promptly thereafter to close its 

business. 

Sec. 11. The General Assembly is not prohibited from in- 
vesting the trust funds in a bank with branches ; but in cast 
of such investment, the safety of the same shall be guaranteed 
by unquestionable security. 

Sec. 12. The State shall not be a stockholder in any bank, 
lifter the expiration of the present bank charter ; nor shall the 
credit of the State ever be given, or loaned, in aid of any per- 
son, association, or corporation, nor shall the State hereafter 
become a stockholder in any corporation or association. 

Sec. 13. Corporations, other than banking, shall not be cre- 
ated by special act, but may be formed under general laws. 

Sec. 14. Dues from corporations, other than banking, shall 
be secured by such individual liability of the corporators, or 
©ther means, as may be prescribed by law. 



ARTICLE Xn. 

MILITIA. 

Section 1. The militia shall consist of all able-bodied white 
male persons between the ages of eighteen and forty-five years, 
except such as may be exempted by the laws of the United 
States, or of this State ; and shall be organized, officered, armed, 
equipped and trained in such manner as may be provided by 
law. 

Sec. 2. The Governor shall appoint the Adjutant, Quarter- 
master and Commissary Generals. 

Sec. 3. All militia officers shall be commissioned by the 
Governor, and shall hold their offices not longer than six years. 

Sec. 4. The General Assembly shall determine the method 
of dividing the militia into divisions, brigades, regiments, bat- 
talions and companies, and fix the rank of all staff officers. 

Sec. 5. The militia may be divided into classes of sedentary 
and active militia in such manner as shall be prescribed by law. 



348 

Sec. 6. No person conscientiously opposed to bearing arms 
•hall be compelled to do militia duty ; but such person shall 
pay an equivalent for exemption ; the amount to be prescribed 
by law. 

ARTICLE XIII. 

POLITICAL AND MUNICIPAL CORPORATIONS. 

Section 1. No political or municipal corporation in this 
State shall ever become indebted, in any manner or for any 
purpose, to any amount, in the aggregate exceeding two per 
centum on the value of taxable property within such corpora- 
tion, to be ascertained by the last assessment for State and 
county taxes, previous to the incurring of such indebtedness, 
and all bonds or obligations, in excess of such amount, given 
by such corporations, shall be void : Provided, That in time of 
war, foreign invasion, or other great public calamity, on peti- 
tion of a majority of the property owners, in number and value, 
within the limits of such corporation, the public authorities, in 
their discretion, may incur obligations necessary for the public 
protection and defense, to such an amount as may be requested 
in such petition. 

[The original Article 13 is stricken oat and tbe amendment of March 24, 1881, 
iaserted in lieu thereof.] 

ARTICLE XIV. 

BOUNDARIES. 

Section 1. In order that the boundaries of the State may 
be known and established, it is hereby ordained and declared, 
that the State of Indiana is bounded on the east by the me- 
ridian line which forms the western boundary of the State of 
Ohio ; on the south by the Ohio River, from the mouth of the 
Great Miami River to the mouth of the Wabash River ; on the 
west, by a line drawn along the middle of the Wabash River, 
from its mouth to a point where a due north line, drawn from 
the town of Vincennes, would last touch the northwestern 
•hore of said Wabash River; and thence by a due north line, 
until the same shall intersect an east and west line, drawn 
through a point ten miles north of the southern extreme of 



349 

Lake Michigan ; on the north, by said east and west line, until 
the same shall intersect the first-mentioned meridian line, which 
forms the western boundary"*of the State of Ohio. 

Sec. 2. The State of Indiana shall possess jurisdiction, and 
sovereignty co- extensive with the boundaries declared in the 
preceding section; and shall have concurrent jurisdiction, in 
civil and criminal cases, with the State of Kentucky on the 
Ohio River, and with the State of Illinois on the Wabash River, 
BO far as said rivers form the common boundary between this 
State and said States respectively. 



ARTICLE XV. 

MISCELLANEOUS. 

Section 1. All officers whose appointment is not otherwise 
provided for in this Constitution, shall be chosen in such man- 
ner as now is, or hereafter may be, prescribed by law. 

Sec. 2. When the duration of any office is not provided for 
by this Constitution, it may be declared by law ; and if not so 
declared, such office shall be held during the pleasure of the 
authority making the appointment. But the General Assem- 
bly shall not create any office, the tenure of which shall be 
longer than four years. 

Sec. 3. Whenever it is provided in this Constitution, or in 
any law which may be hereafter passed, that any officer, other 
than a member of the General Assembly, shall hold his office 
for any given term, the same shall be construed to mean that 
•uch officer shall hold his office for such term, and until his 
•accessor shall have been elected and qualified. 

Sec. 4. Every person elected or appointed to any office un- 
der this Constitution shall, before entering on the duties 
thereof, take an oath or affirmation to support the Constitution 
of this State and of the United States, and also an oath of 
office. 

e 

Sko. 5. There shall be a seal of the State, kept by the Gov- 
ernor for official purposes, which shall be called the Seal of the 
State of Indiana. 



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Sec. 6. All commissions shall issue in the name of the State, 
shall be signed by the Governor, sealed by the State Seal, and 
attested by the Secretary of State. 

Sec. 7. No county shall be reduced to an area less than four 
hundred square miles; nor shall any county under that area be 
further reduced. 

Sec. 8. No lottery shall be authorized, nor shall the sale of 
lottery tickets be allowed. 

Sec. 9. The following grounds owned by the State in In- 
dianapolis, namely : the State House Square, the Governor's 
Circle, and so much of out- lot numbered one huudred and forty- 
seven as lies north of the arm of the Central Canal, shall not 
be sold or leased. 

Sec. 10. It shall be the duty of the General Assembly to 
provide for the permanent enclosure and preservation of the 
Tippecanoe Battle Ground. 



ARTICLE XVI. 



amendments. 

Section 1. Any amendment or amendments to this Consti- 
tution may be proposed in either branch of the General As- 
sembly; and if the same shall be agreed to by a majority of 
the members elected to each of the two houses, such proposed 
amendment or amendments shall, with the yeas and nayg 
thereon, be entered on their journals and referred to the Gen- 
eral Assembly to be chosen at the next general election ; and, 
if in the General Assembly so next chosen, such proposed 
amendment or amendments shall be agreed to by a majority of 
all the members elected to each house, then it shall be the duty 
of the General Assembly to submit such amendment or amend- 
ments to the electors of the State, and if a majority of said 
electors shall ratify the same, such amendment or amendments 
shall become a part of this Constitution. 

Sec. 2. If two or more amendments shall be submitted at 
the same time, they shall be submitted in such manner that the 



351 

electors shall vote for or against each of such amendments sep- 
arately; and while such au amendment or amendments which 
shall have been agreed upon by one General Assembly shall b« 
awaiting the action of the succeeding General Assembly, or of 
the electors, no additional amendment or amendments shall be 
proposed. 

SCHEDULE. 

This Constitution, if adopted, shall take effect on the first 
day of November, in the year one thousand eight hundred and 
fifty-one, and shall supersede the Constitution adopted in the 
year one thousand eight hundred and sixteen. That no incon- 
venience may arise from the change in the government, it i« 
hereby ordained as follows: 

First. All laws now in force, and not inconsistent with this 
Constitution, shall remain in force until they shall expire or be 
repealed. 

Second. All indictments, prosecutions, suits, pleas, plaints 
and other proceedings pending in any of the Courts, shall be 
prosecuted to final judgment and execution; and all appeals, 
writs of error, certiorari and injunctions shall be carried on in 
the several Courts, in the same manner as is now provided by 
law. 

Third. All fines penalties and forfeitures, due or accruing 
to the State, or to any county therein, shall inure to the State, 
or to such county in the manner prescribed by law. All bonds 
executed to the State, or to any officer, in his official capacity, 
shall remain in force, and inure to the use of those concerned. 

Fourth. All acts of incorporation for municipal purposes 
shall continue in force under this Constitution, until such time 
as the General Assembly shall, in its discretion, modify or re- 
peal the same. 

Fifth. The Governor, at the expiration of the present official 
term, shall continue to act until his successor shall have been 
sworn into office. 

Sixth. There shall be a session of the General Assembly, 
commencing on the first Monday of December, in the year one 
thousand eight hundred and fifty-one. 



352 

Seventh. Senators now in office and holding over, under the 
existing Constitution, and such as may be elected at the next 
general election, and the Representatives then elected, shall 
continue in office until the first general election under this 
Constitution. 

Eighth. The first general election under this Constitution 
shall be held in the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty- 
two. 

Ninth. The first election for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, 
Judges of the Supreme Court and Circuit Courts, Clerk of the 
Supreme Court, Prosecuting Attorney, Secretary, Auditor, and 
Treasurer of State, and State Superintendent of Public Instruc- 
tion, under this Constitution, shall be held at the general elec- 
tion in the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty-two;" and 
such of said officers as may be in office when this Constitution 
shall go into eflect, shall continue in their respective offices 
until their successors shall have been elected and qualified. 

Tenth. Every person elected by popular vote, and now in 
any office which is continued by this Constitution, and every 
person who shall be so elected to any such office before the tak- 
ing efi'ect of this Constitution (except as in this Constitution 
otherwise provided), shall continue in office until the term for 
which such person has been, or may be, elected, shall expire: 
Provided, That no such person shall continue in office after the 
taking efi"ect of this Constitution, for a longer period than the 
term of such office in this Constitution prescribed. 

Eleventh. On the taking efi'ect of this Constitution, all officers 
thereby continued in office shall, before proceeding in the fur- 
ther discharge of their duties, take an oath or affirmation to 
support this Constitution. 

Twelfth. All vacancies that may occur in existing offices 
prior to the first general election under this Constitution, shall 
be filled in the manner now prescribed by law. 

Thirteenth. At the time of submitting this Constitution to 
the electors for their approval or disapproval, the article num- 
bered thirteen, in relation to negroes and mulattoes, shall be 
submitted as a distinct proposition, in the following form : "Ex- 
clusion and Colonization of Negroes and Mulattoes," "Aye," or 



353 

"No." And if a majority of the votes cast shall be in favor of 
■aid article, then the same shall form a part of this Constitution, 
otherwise it shall be void and torm no part thereof. 

Fourteenth. No article or section of this Constitution shall 
be submitted as a distinct proposition to a vote of the elector! 
otherwise than as herein provided. 

Fifteenth. Whenever a portion of the citizens of the eountiei 
of Perry and Spencer shall deem it expedient to form, of the 
contiguous territory of said counties, a new county, it shall be 
the duty of those interested in the organization of such new 
county, to lay odff the same by proper metes and bounds of equal 
portions as nearly as practicable, not to exceed one-third of the 
territory of each of said counties. The proposal to create such 
new county shall be submitted to the voters of said counties, 
at a general election, in such^manner as shall be prescribed by 
law. And if a majority of all the votes given at said election 
shall be in favor of the organization of said new county, it shall 
be the duty of the General Assembly to organize the same out 
of the territory thus designated. 

Sixteenth. The General Assembly may alter or amend the 
charter of Clarksville, and make such regulations as may be 
necessary for carrying into effect the objects contemplated in 
granting the same, and the funds belonging to said town shall 
be applied according to the intention of the grantor. 

Done in Convention, at Indianapolis, the tenth day of Feb- 
ruary, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and 
fifty-one; and of the independence of the United States, the 
seventy-iifth. 

GEORGE WHITFIELD CARK, 
President and Delegate from the County of Lawrenct, 

Attest : Wm. H. English, 

Principal Secretary, 

Geo. L. Sites, 
Herman G. Barkwbll, 
Robert M. Evans, 

Assistant Secretaries. 



23- Sec. State. 



354 

The original sections stricken out or amended read as follows ; 

ARTICLE II. 

SUFFRAGE AND ELECTION. 

Sbctioh 2. In all elections, not otherwise provided for by this Constitution, 
•Tery white male citizen of the United States, of the age of twenty-one years and 
■pwards, who shall have resided in the State during the six months immediately 
preceding such election; and every white male, of foreign birth of the age of 
twenty-one years and upwards, who shall have resided in the United States one 
jear, and shall have resided in this State during the six months immediately pre- 
ceding such election, and shall have declared his intention to become a citizen of 
the United States, conformably to the laws of the United States on the subject of 
naturalization, shall be entitled to vote in the township or precinct where he may 
reside. 

Skc 5. No negro or mulatto shall have the right of suffrage. 

Sec. 14. All general elections shall be held on the second Tuesday in October. 

ARTICLE IV. 

LEGISLATIVE. 

Section 4. The General Assembly shall, at its second session after the adop- 
tion of this Constitution, and every six years thereafter, cause an enumeration to 
be made of all the white male inhabitants over the age oi twenty-one years. 

Sec 5. The number of Senators and Representatives shall, at the session next 
following each period of making such enumeration, be fixed by law, and appor- 
tioned among the several counties, according to the number of white male inhabi- 
tants, above twenty-one years of age, in each : Provided, That the first and second 
elections of members of the General Assembly, under this Constitution, shall be 
according to the apportionment last made by the General Assembly, betore the 
adoption of this Constitution. 

Sec. 22. In relation to fees or salaries : 

ABTICLE VIL 



Sbction 1. The judicial power of the State shall be rested in a Suprem* 
Court, in Circuit Courts, and in such inferior courts as the General Assembly may 
establish. 

ABTICLE XIII. 

NBaBOES AND MULATT0E8. 

Section 1. No negro or mulatto shall come into, or settle in, the State, after 

the adoption of this Constitution. 

Sec. 2. All contracts made with any negro or mulatto coming into the State, 
contrary to the provisions of the foregoing section, shall be void; and any person 
who shall employ such negro or mulatto, or otherwise encourage him to remain in 
the State, shHll be fined in any sum not less than ten dollars, nor more than five 
hundred dollars. 

Sec. 3. All fines which may be collected for a violation of the provisions of 
this article, or of any law which may hereafter be passed for the purpose of carry- 
ing the same into execution, shall be set apart and appropriated for the coloniza- 
tion of such negroes and mulattoes, and their descendants, as may be in the State 
at the adoption of thiH Constitution, and may be willing to emigrate. 

Sec. 4. The General Assembly shall pass laws to carry out the proyiaions ci 
tkiB article. 



BIENNIAL REPORT 



Bureau of Public Printing, 

Binding and Stationery 



Two Years, from November i, 1894, to 
October, 31, 1896, Inclusive. 



THOS. J. CARTER, CLERK. 



INDIANAPOLIS: 

TTM. B. BURFORD, CONTRACTOR FOR STATE PRINTING AND BINDINO. 

1897. 



PUBLIC PRINTING. 



Bureau of Public Printing, ") 

Binding and Stationery, I 

Indianapolis, November 1, 1896. j 

Hon. W. D. Owen, Secretary of State and ex-oficio Secretary of 
the Board of Commissioners of Public Printing, Binding and 
Stationery : 

Sir — I have the honor of hereby submitting to you a full 
statement of the transactions of this Bureau for the fiscal year 
ending October 31, 1895, and the fiscal year ending October 
31, 1896. 

This report includes the printing, binding, stationery and 
advertising, paid out of the Printing Fund, legislative printing 
and stationery for the session of 1895, and institutional print- 
ing and stationery. Also the proceedings of the Board in 
awarding the contract for the State printing for two years, 
from November 12, 1895, to October 31, 1897. 

The following is a full statement of all bills, with amount of 
each, for printing, stationery and advertising, presented to and 
acted upon by the Board of Public Printing, Binding and Sta- 
tionery for the fiscal year 1894-5 : 



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362 



STATE STATIONERY. 



Statement by Requisitions of Expenditures from Printing Fund for 
Stationery During the Fiscal Year Ending October Sl^ 1895. 






Date 
OF Order. 



Date 
Allowed. 



For What Department. 



119 


Oot. 


22, 


1894 


Nov. 


27 


1894 


li^O 


Oct. 


18 


1894 


Nov. 


27 


1894 


121 














n?. 


Oct. 


16 


1894 


Nov. 


27 


1894 


V?. 


Oct. 


24 


1894 


Nov. 


27 


1894 


n\ 


Oct. 


24 


1894 


Nov. 


27 


1894 


^'?^ 


Nov. 


5 


1894 


Nov. 


27 


1894 


19,6 


Oct. 


26 


1894 


Nov. 


27 


1894 


1?7 


Oct. 


16 


1894 


Nov. 


27 


1894 


1?,8 


Nov. 


2 


1894 


Nov 


27 


1894 


1«9 


Oct. 


24 


1894 


Nov. 


27 


1894 


130 


Nov. 


14 


1894 


Nov. 


27 


1894 


131 


Nov. 


12 


1894 


Nov. 


27 


1894 


^?,9. 


Oct. 


31 


1894 


Nov. 


27 


1894 


133 


Nr,v. 


15 


1894 


Nov. 


1:7 


1894 


134 


Nov. 


19 


1894 


Nov. 


27 


1894 


135 


Nov. 


17 


1894 


Jan. 


1 


1895 


136 


Dec. 


1 


1894 


Jan. 


1 


1895 


137 


Nov. 


22 


1894 


Jan. 


1 


1895 


138 


Nov. 


20 


1894 


Jan. 


1 


1895 


139 


Nov. 


15 


1894 


Jan. 


1 


1895 


140 


Nov. 


27 


1894 


Jan. 


1 


189.5 


141 


Nov. 


15 


1894 


Jan. 


1 


1895 


142 


Nov. 


22 


1894 


Jan. 


1 


1895 


143 


Dec. 


10 


1894 


Jan. 


1 


1895 


144 


Dec. 


10 


1894 


Jan. 


1 


1895 


14f> 


Dec. 


17 


1894 


Jan. 


1 


1895 


146 


Dec. 


11 


1894 


Jan. 


1 


1895 


147 


Dec. 


15 


1894 


Jan. 


1 


J 895 


148 


Dec. 


n 


1894 


Jan. 


1 


1895 


149 


Dec. 


29 


1894 


Jan. 


24 


1895 


150 


Jan. 


17 


1895 


Jan. 


24 


1895 


151 


l).c. 


9 


1894 


Jan. 


24 


1895 


152 


Dee. 


21 


1894 


Jan. 


21 


1895 


153 


Jan. 


8 


1895 


Jan. 


24 


18i*5 


154 


D^c. 


22 


li-94 


Jan. 


24 


1895 


155 


Jan. 


2 


1895 


Jan. 


24 


1895 


156 


Dec. 


22 


1894 


Jan. 


24 


1895 


157 


Dee. 


22 


1894 


Jan. 


24 


1895 


158 


Jan. 


22 


1895 


Jan. 


24 


1895 


)59 


Jan. 


18 


1895 


Feb. 


2H 


I89S 


160 


J. in. 


22 


1895 


Feb. 


26 


1895 


161 


Feb. 


6 


, 1895 


Feb. 


26 


1895 


162 


Keb. 


1 


1895 


Feb. 


26 


1895 


163 


Jan. 


21 


189S 


Feb. 


26 


189-1 


164 


J«n. 


8 


1895 


Feb. 


26 


1^9^ 


165 


Jan. 


23 


1895 


Feb. 


26 


1895 


16« 


Keb. 


7 


1895 


Feb. 


26 


1895 


167 


Keb. 


2 


1895 


Feb. 


26 


1895 


168 


Jan. 


24 


1895 


Feb. 


26 


1895 


169 


Keb. 


20 


1895 


Mar. 


27 


lh95 


170 


V-h. 


18 


1895 


Mar. 


27 


1895 


171 


Mar. 


18 


,1895 


Mar. 


27 


l>-95 


172 


Feb 


19 


1895 


Mar. 


27 


1895 


173 


Ftb. 


15 


1895 


Mar. 


•6l 


1895 


174 


Mar. 


2 


1895 


Mar. 


27 


1895 


175 


F.b. 


13 


1895 


.Mar. 


27 


l-'95 


176 


Mht. 


15 


1895 


Mar. 


27 


1895 


177 


Feb. 


17 


1895 


Mar. 


27 


1895 


178 


Mar. 


14 


1895 


Apri 


11 


1895 


179 


Apri 


4 


1895 


Apri 


ao 


1895 



State Librarian 

Clerk ol Supreme Court 

Adjutant-Uen (allowed previous fiscal year) 

Secretary of State 

t-"ecretary of State 

Clerk of Supreme Court 

( lerk ot Supreme Court 

Clerk of Supreme Court 

Superintendent Public Instruction 

Auditor ot State 

Secretary of State 

Clerk of Supreme Court .... 

Governor . 

Superintendent of Public Instruction . . . 

Clerk of Supreme Court 

Attorney-General 

Secretary of State 

Treaurer of State 

Clerk of Supreme Court 

Superintendent of Public Instruction . . . 

Governor 

Reporter of Supreme Court 

Auditor of State - 

A ttcrney-General 

Superintendent of Publiclnstruction . . . 

Auditor of State 

Secr-itary of State 

Superintendent Public Instruction 

Governor . 

Attorney-General 

Secretary of State . 

Secretary oi State 

Clerk of Supreme Court 

Clerk of Supreme Court 

Clerk of Sui'reme Court 

Superintendent of Public Instruction . . . 

Reporter Supreme Court 

State Librarian 

Auditor. 

Attorney-General 

Auditor ot State 

Secretary of State 

Secretary of State 

Treasurer of State 

Clerk of Supreme Court 

Governor 

Appell te Court . . 

Attorney-General 

Superinte' dent of Public Instruction 

Auditor of State 

Secretary of State 

.\uditor of State 

Reporter Supreme Court 

Clerk Supreme Court. 

Superintendent of Public Instruction 

Attorney-Gener 'I 

Treasurer of State 

Treasurer o. State 

Governor .... 

•superintendent of Publiclnstruction 

State Librarian 



363 



STA.TE STATIONERY— Continued. 




Date 

Allowed. 



For What Depaetment. 



Amount. 



April 

April 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

jMar. 

Mar. 

April 

May 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

May 

April 

April 

April 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

June 

June 

June 

July 

June 

July 

July 

June 

June 

July 

July 

June 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

Aug. 

July 

July 

Aug. 

8ept. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 



9, 1895 
12, 1895 
20, 1895 
20, 1895 

20, 1895 
20, 1895 
21, 1895 
19, 1895 

1, 1895 
9, 1895 
15, 1895 
17, 1895 
18, 1895 
17, 1895 
18, 1895 
23, 1895 
15, 1895 
24, 1895 
16, 1895 
21, 1895 
30, 1895 
15, 1895 
16, 1895 
31, 1895 
23, 1895 
24, 1895 
31, 1895 
15, 1895 
6, 1895 
3, 1895 
21, 1895 
16, 1895 
14, 1895 
16. 1895 
12, 1895 

14, 1895 
28, 1895 
16, 1895 
18, 1895 
25, 1895 
15, 1895 
29, 1895 
29, 1895 
29, 1895 
30, 1895 
30. 1895 
Zi, 1895 
26, 1895 
19. 1895 
18, 1895 

3. 1895 

29, 1895 
23, 1895 
21, 1895 

3, 1895 

21, 1895 
29, 1895 
22, 1895 
12, 1895 
14, 1895 

30, 1895 

15, 1895 
15, 1895 
15, 1895 
15, 1895 
21,1895 
10, 1895 
10, 1895 
10, 1895 
10, 1895 
10, 1895 



April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct, 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

(let. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 



30. 


1895 


80, 


1895 


30, 


1895 


.30, 


1895 


30, 


1895 


30, 


1895 


30, 


1895 


30. 


1895 


5. 


1895 


5, 


1895 


5, 


1895 


5, 


1895 


5, 


1895 


5, 


1895 


5, 


1895 


5, 


1895 


5, 


1895 


5, 


1895 


f). 


1895 


5, 


1895 


1, 


1895 


1. 


1895 


1, 


1895 


1, 


1895 


1, 


1895 


1, 


1895 


1, 


1895 


1, 


1895 


1, 


18^6 


1, 


189,-> 


1, 


1895 


26, 


1895 


26, 


1895 


26, 


18-15 


26 


1895 


26, 


1895 


26, 


1895 


26, 


1895 


26, 


1895 


26, 


1895 


26 


1895 


20. 


1895 


20. 


1895 


20, 


1895 


13 


1895 


13, 


1895 


13 


1895 


13, 


1895 


13. 


1895 


13 


1895 


13 


1895 


13 


1895 


13 


1895 


16 


1895 


16 


1895 


16 


1895 


16 


1895 


16 


1895 


16 


1895 


16 


1895 


16 


1895 


16 


1895 


16 


1895 


16 


1895 


16 


1895 


16 


1895 


16 


1895 


16 


18^5 


16 


1895 


16 


1895 


16 


1895 



State Treasurer 

Reporter Supreme Court 

Superintendent of Public Instruction, 

Governor 

Auditor of State 

Secretary of State 

Clerk Supreme Court 

Auditor of State 

Auditor of State 

Secretary of State 

Treasurer of State 

Superiutendent of Public Instruction 

Clerk Supreme Court 

Attorney General 

Auditor of State 

Appellate Court 

Governor 

State Librarian 

Superintendent Public Instruction . 

Attorney-General 

Governor 

Reporter of Supreme Court 

Secretary of State 

Attorney-General 

Superintendent Public Instruction . 

Auditor of State 

Treasurer of State 

Clerk of Supreme Court 

Clerk of Supreme Court 

State Librarian 

Secretary of State 

Superintendent Public Instruction . 

Treasurer of State 

Attorney-General 

State Librarian 

Clerk Suprene Court 

Appellate Court 

Auditor of State 

Auditor of State 

Secretary of State 

Secretary of State 

Adjutant-General 

Adjutant-General 

Quartermaster-General 

Auditor of State 

Secretary of State 

Clerk of Supreme Court 

Treasurer of State 

Attorney-General 

Reporter of Supreme Court 

Governor . 

State Librarian 

Superiatendent of Public Instruction 

State Librarian 

Secretary of State 

Auditor of State 

Superintendent of Public Instruction 

Reporter Supreme Court 

Clerk Supreme Court 

Attorney General 

State Board Tax Commissioners . . 
Superintendent of Hublic Instruction 
Superintendent of Public Instruction 

Secretary of State 

Custodian Public Building 

Treasurer of State 

Treasurer of State 

Auditor of State 

Attorney-General 

Adjutant-General 

Clerk of Supreme Court 



85 70 

2 00 

7 40 
14 82 

21 07 
31 05 
35 00 

11 12 
5 41 

12 26 

10 55 

3 10 

22 60 

17 59 
2 40 

40 

13 70 
2 60 

4 34 
9 00 
2 00 

2 67 

8 89 

3 00 

18 07 

11 78 

7 81 
74 70 

21 20 
50 

56 00 

3 76 

8 50 
7 45 

4 35 

22 60 
1 50 

11 75 

1 50 
10 60 
13 75 

19 77 
19 27 

5 15 

6 00 
10 00 
30 25 

7 20 
27 90 

5 52 
5 15 

2 85 
7 55 

5 45 
50 

1 80 

10 90 

3 80 
26 89 

167 10 
13 50 

6 05 

7 00 
60 

2 40 
80 

33 92 

3 00 
75 

11 52 

9 80 



364 



STATE STATIONERY— Continued. 



Date 
OF Order. 



Date 
Allowed. 



For What Department. 



Amount. 



Jan. 2,1895 
Mar. 20,1885 
April 17, 1895 
May 1, 1895 
April 15, 1895 
May 21,1895 



Feb. 


26, 1895 


Mar. 


27, 1895 


June 


5, 1895 


June 


5,1895 


June 


5, 1895 


July 


26, 1895 


Oct. 


16, 1895 



MISCELLANEOUS. 

Clerk Supreme Court- 
Smith Premier Typewriter and oak cabinet 

Governor- 
Typewriter repairs 

Clerk Supreme Court — 
Copyholder 

Attorney-General- 
Typewriter desk 

Attorney-General — 
Remington Typewriter 

Clerk of Supreme Court- 
Typewriter repairs 

Governor — 
Typewriter repairs 

Total stationery 



125 00 


1 GO 


2 00 


40 00 


57 50 


1 00 


1 25 



12,086 59 



365 
ADVERTISING. 



Statement by Requisitions of Expenditures from Printing Fund for 
Advertising During the Fiscal Year Ending October 31, 1895. 



Date of Order, 



Date Allowed, 



TO WHOM ALLOWED. 





S5 00 


5 00 


5 00 
5 00 


5 00 


5 OO 


125 00 


4 OO 


5 OO 


1?5 OO 


5 00 


5 00 


5 00 


5 00 


16 00 


5 00 


5 00 


5 CO 


5 00 


5 00 


5 00 


5 CO 


5 CO 


5 00 
4 00 


5 00 


24 00 


5 00 


24 75 

18 72 


5 00 


5 00 


5 00 


5 00 


22 50 





Sept. 


7,1894. . 


Nov. 


27, 1894 


Oct. 


9, 1894 . . 


Nov. 


27, 1894 


Oct. 


9,1894. . 


Nov. 


27, 1894 


Nov. 
Nov. 


17, 1894 . . 
8, 1894 . . 


Nov. 
Jan. 


27, 1894 
1, 1894 


Dec. 


7,1894. . 


Jan. 


1, 1894 


Nov. 


14, 1894 . . 


Jan. 


1, 1894 


Dec. 


14,1894. . 


Jan. 


1, 1894 


Nov. 


8, 1894 . . 


Jan. 


16, 1894 


Nov. 


14,1894. . 


Jan. 


16, 1894 


Dec. 


7, 1894 . . 


Jan. 


16, 1894 


Jan. 


8, 1895 . . 


Feb. 


26, 1895 


Feb. 


6,1895. . 


Mar. 


27, 1895 


Apr. 


1, 1895 . . 


Apr. 


11, 1895 


Apr. 


1, 1895 . . 


Apr. 


11, 1895 


May 


1, 1895 . 


June 


5, 1895 


June 


1, 1895 . . 


June 


5, 1895 


Jan. 


8, 1895 . . 


July 


1,1895 


Feb. 


6, 1895 . . 


July 


1,1895 


Mar. 


10,1895. . 


July 


1, 1895 


Apr. 


10, 1895 . . 


July 


1,1895 


May 


9, 1895 . . 


July 


1, 1895 


July 


1, 1895 . . 


July 


1, 1895 


Aug. 


-, 1895 . . 


Aug. 


20, 1895 


July 
Sept. 


2, 1895 . . 
— , 1895 . . 


Aug. 
Sept. 


20, 1895 
13, 1895 


Oct. 


1, 1895 . . 


Oct. 


16, 1895 


Oct. 


1,1895 . . 


Oct. 


16, 1895 


Oct. 


1,1895. . 


Oct. 


16, 1895 


Oct. 
Sept. 


1,1895 . . 
25, 1895 . . 


Oct. 
Oct. 


16,1895 
16, 1895 


Sept. 


25, 1895 . . 


Oct. 


16, 1895 


Sept. 


25, 1895 . . 


Oct. 


16, 1895 


Sept. 


25, 1895 . . 


Oct. 


16, 1895 


Sept. 


25, 1895 . . 


Oct. 


16, 1895 



Indianapolis Journal, Treasurer's Statement, 

August, 1894 

Indianapolis .Journal, Treasurer's Statement, 

September, 1844 

Indianapolis Sentinel, Treasurer's Statement, 

Seiitember, 1894 

The People, Governor's Proclamation 

Indianapolis Journal, Treasurer's Statement, 

October, 1894 

Indianapolis Journal, Treasurer's Statement, 

November, 1894 . 

Indianapolis Journal, Treasurer's Annual State- 
ment 

Indianapolis Journal, Thanksgiving Proclama- 
tion . . 

Indinnapolis Sentinel, Treasurer's Statement, 

October, 1894 

Indianapolis Sentinel, Treasurer's Annual 

Statement 

Indianapolis Sentinel, Treasurer's Statement 

for November, 1894 . . 

Indianapolis Sentinel, Treasurer's Statement 

for December, 1894 

Indianapolis Sentinel, Treasurer's Statement 

for January, 1895 

Indianapolis t-entinel. Treasurer's Statement 

for February, 1895 . .... 

Indianapolis Sentinel, notice of sale temporary 

loan bonds . . 

Indianapolis Sentinel, Treasurer's Statement 

for March, 1895 .... 

Indianapolis Sentinel, Treasurer's Statement 

for April, 1895 

Indianapolis Journal, Treasurer's Statement 

tor December. 1894 

Indianapolis Jou'nal, Treasurer's Statement 

for January, 1895 

Indinnapojis Journal, Treasurer's Statement 

for February, 1895 ... 

Indian:.polis Journal, Treasurer's Statement 

for March. 1895 

Indianapolis Journal, Treasurer's Statement 

for April, 1895 

Indianapolis Sentinel, Treasurer's Statement 

for May, 1895 

Indianapolis Sentinel, 'treasurer's Statement 

for June. 1895 .... 
German Telegraph. Governor's Proclamation . . 
Indianapolis Sentinel, Treasurer's Statement, 

July, 1«95 ... 

Evansville Courier, advertising for printing 

bids . . 

Indianapolis Sentinel, Treasurer's Statement, 

August, 1895 

Indianapolis Sentinel, advertising for printing 

bids ■ _ . . . . 

Indianapolis News, advertising fir printing bids 
Indianapolis Journal, Treasurer's Statement, 

.May, 1895 . . 

Indianapolis Journal, Treasurer's Statement, 

June, 189=' ....... 

Indimapolis Journal, Treasurer's Statement, 

July, 1895 . ... 

Indiinapolis Journal, Treasurer's Statement, 

August, 1895 

Indianapolis Journal, advertising for printing 

b ds 

Total 



366 



EECAPITULITION. 

State printing ordered $47,940 51 

State stationery ordered 2,086 59 

Advertising ordered 503 97 

Total $50,531 17 



LEGISLATIVE PRINTING AND STATIONERY. 

Statement of Expenditures for Legislative Printing and Stationery, 

Session of 1895. 

79 Requisitions — Senate printing $4,374 21 

78 Rsquisitions — Senate stationery 1,788 28 

Total for Senate $6,162 49 

82 Requisitions — House printing $4,582 96 

97 Requisitions — House stationery 1,875 14 

Total for House 6,458 10 

Total, Senate and House $12,620 59 

RECAPITULATION. 

Sjnate and House printing ordered $8,957 17 

Senate and House stationery ordered 3,663 42 . 

Total $12,620 59 

The following is a statement of warrants drawn on account 
of printing, binding, stationery and advertising, as shown by 
the books in the office of the Auditor of State for the fiscal year 
ending October 31, 1895 : 



367 



PUBLIC PRINTING, STATIONERY AND ADVERTISING. 



Datb. 



o u 



To Whom Paid. 



Amount. 



TOTAl 

Amount. 



Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

Apr. 

May 

May 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept 

Sept. 

Ort. 

Oct. 

Oct. 



20, 1894 
28, 1894 
28, 1894 

30. 1894 

3. 1894 

2. 1895 
3, 1895 
3, 1895 

ir>, 1895 

16. 1895 
18, 1895 
22, 1895 

26, 1895 
28,1895 
28, 1895 , 

27, 1895 , 
27, 1895 . 
27, 1895 , 
28, 1895 , 
19, 1895 , 
20, 1895 . 
20, 1895 , 
20, 1895 , 
20. 1895 . 

28, 1895 , 
28, 1895 , 
28, 1895 . 
28, 1895 , 
12, 1895 , 
15, 1895 , 

15, 1895 . 
18, 1895 , 

2, 1895 , 
2, 1895 . 
6, 1895 . 
6, 1895 . 
7, 1895 . 
7, 1895 . 
7, 1895 . 
8, 1895 . 
18, 1895 . 
3, 1895 . 
3, 1895 . 
3, 1895 . 
6, 1895 . 

26, 1895 . 
26, 1895 . 

27, 1895 . 
27,1«95 . 
20, 1895 . 
20. 1895 . 

26. 1895 . 

27, 1895 . 
6, 1895 . 

14, 1895 . 

16, 1895. 
16, 1895 . 
18, 1895 . 
18, 1895 . 

18, 1895 . 

19, 1895 . 



May 2, 1895 



11541 
11594 
11595 
11597 
11656 
11854 
12006 
12007 
12141 
12144 
12247 
12354 
12556 
12557 
12558 
13331 
13345 
13346 
13378 
13982 
13988 
13989 
13990 
13991 
14011 
14012 
14013 
14014 
14294 
14303 
14304 
14326 
14396 
14397 
14690 
14691 
14697 
14701 
14702 
14708 
14759 
15109 
15110 
15124 
15145 
15224 
15225 
15226 
15227 
15408 
154(19 
15127 
15430 
15512 
15555 
1555/ 
15558 
15572 
15950 
15957 
15964 



14395 



S. L. Harvey 

Wm. B. Burford 

Wm. B. Burford 

Indianap' lis Sentinel 

Indianjipolis Journal 

Indianapolis Journal , 

Wm. B. Rurf.rd 

Wm.B. Burford , 

Carlon & Hollenbeek 

Indianapolis Sentinel , 

Wm.B. Burford , 

Wm.B. Burford . 

Wm. B. Burford 

Wm. B. Kurf .rd 

Wm.B. Burford 

Indianapolis Sentinel . . . . 

Wm.B. Burford 

Wm. B. Burford 

Smith Premier Typewriter Co 

The People 

Wm.B. Burford 

Wm. B. Burford 

Wm. B. Burford 

Wm.B. Burford 

Indianapolis Sentinel 

J. B. Maynard 

Wm. B. Burford 

Wm.B Burford 

Carhm & Hollenbeek 

Wm. B. Burford 

Wm.B. Burford 

Indianapolis Sentinel 

Wm. B. Burford 

Wm. B. Burford . 

Indianapolis Sentinel 

Carlon & Hollenbeek 

Wyciifif, Seamans & Benedict 

William B. Burford 

Willinin B. Burford. 

Smith Premier Typewriter Co 

H.T. Coi deCo 

William B. Burford 

William B. Burford 

Indi in:ipolis Sentinel , 

Indi<.na,poiis Journal 

Willium B. Burford 

Wil i m B. Bar ord 

Canon <fe Hollenbeek 

Carlon & Hollenbeek 

William B Burf rd 

William B.Bur'orl 

Indianap ilis Sentinel . . 

Gutenburg Co (Herman Telegraph) 

Alexander Hess, Clerk of Supreme Court . . . 

Carlon & H"Uenbeck 

William B. Burford 

Willii.m B. Burford 

Indianapolis Sentinel 

Kv insville I'ourier 

Indianapolis Journ il . . 

Indianapolis Sentinel 

Total warrants from Printing Fund. . . . 

Wm. B. Burford (State bonds Premium Fund) 

Total warrants from Legislative Fund . 

Grand total Auditor's warrants 



«25 00 

201 43 

676 27 

5 00 

10 00 

139 00 

229 43 

1,110 3» 

2,608 10 

145 00 

1,183 46 

1,790 45 

1,041 68 

424 f5 

156 39 

5 00 

156 13 

1,326 57 

125 00 

5 00 

2,035 63 

941 06 

2,530 63 

666 98 

5 00 

25 00 

359 03 

122 28 

2,615 86 

15 70 

817 90 

21 00 

128 76 

900 02 

10 00 

2,619 30 

59 50 

673 20 

103 95 

1 00 

40 00 

206 62 

4,398 52 

5 00 

25 00 

85 76 

3,008 44 

2,630 95 

2,592 45 

44 19 

2,265 55 

5 00 

4 00 
1 (0 

2,608 99 
102 42 
861 73 

5 00 
24 00 
42 50 
24 75 



$44,997 51 

230 OO 

6.446 29 

$51 ,673 8{> 



368 

The following is a recapitulation showing amount of public 
printing, stationery and advertising approved by Printing 
Board. Also amount of appropriation and Auditor's warrants 
drawn during fiscal year ending October 31, 1895 : 

AHowed for printing . . $47,940 51 

Allowed for stationery 2,086 59 

Allowed for advertising 503 97 

Total $50,531 07 

Allowed for legislative printing $8,957 17 

Allowed for legislative stationery . 3,663 42 

Total 12,620 59 

Grand total $63,151 66 

Warrants drawn from Printing Fund $44,997 51 

Warrants drawn from State Bonds Premium Fund. .... 230 00 

Warrants drawn from Legislative Fund 6,446 29 

Total warrants drawn $51,673 80 

Total balance unpaid and carried over to fiscal year 

1895-96 $11,477 86 



Amount of Printing Fund, as shown by Auditor's books . . $45,000 00 
Amount drawn out of fund * 44,997 51 

Balance in fund $2 49 



869 

Statement of all bills, with amount of each, for printing and 
stationery ordered by the various institutions named for the 
fiscal year ending October 31, 1895: 

INSTITUTIONAL PRINTING. 



Statement by Requisitions cf Expenditures for Printing During 
Fiscal Year Ending October 31, 1895. 



Date op 
Order. 



Date 
Allot^^ed. 



To What Institution. 



Amount. 



1?,?, 


Oct. 


12, 1894 


Nov. 


27. 1894 


1W 


Sept. 


26, 1894 


Nov. 


27. 1894 


^9A 


Aug. 


21, 1894 


Nov. 


27, 1894 


n^ 


Sept. 


18. 1894 


Nov. 


27. 1894 


i?fi 


Oct. 


19. 1894 


Nov. 


27, 1894 


1^7 


Oct. 


20, 1894 


Nov. 


27, 1894 


1?8 


Oct. 


26. 1894 


Nov. 


27, 1894 


1?,9 


Sept. 


26, 1894 


Nov. 


27, 1894 


130 


Sept, 


26, 1894 


Nov. 


27, 1894 


131 


Oct. 


20, 1894 


Nov. 


27, 1894 


W. 


Nov. 


9, 1894 


Nov. 


27, 1894 


133 


Oct. 


23, 1894 


Nov. 


27, 1894 


134 


Nov. 


9, 1894 


Nov. 


27, 1894 


135 


Oct. 


17, 1894 


Nov. 


27, 1894 


13fi 


Nov. 


15, 1894 


Jan. 


1, 1895 


137 


Nov. 


15. 1894 


Jan. 


1, 1895 


13S 


Nov. 


19, 1894 


Jan. 


1.1895 


139 


Nov. 


13, 1894 


Jan. 


1. 1895 


140 


Nov. 


30, 1894 


Jan. 


1, 1895 


141 


Nov, 


30, 1894 


Jan. 


1, 1895 


14?, 


Dec. 


3, 1894 


Jan, 


1, 189> 


143 


Dec. 


6, 1894 


Jan. 


16, 1895 


144 


Nov. 


22, 1894 


Jan. 


16, 1895 


145 


Dee. 


5, 1894 


Jan. 


1, 1895 


14fi 


Deo. 


5, 1894 


Jan. 


1,1895 


147 


Dec. 


5, 1894 


Jan. 


1, 1895 


148 


Dec. 


5, 1894 


Jan. 


1,1895 


149 


Dec. 


5, 1894 


Jan. 


1, 1895 


150 


Dec. 


20, 1894 


Jan. 


1, 1895 


151 


Oct. 


27, 1894 


Jan. 


1, 1895 


15?, 


Dec. 


-. 1894 


Jan. 


1, 1895 


153 


Nov. 


20, 1894 


Jan. 


16, 1895 


154 


Dec. 


15, 1894 


Jan. 


1, 1895 


155 


Nov. 


24. 1894 


Jan. 


16, 1895 


156 


Nov. 


27, 1894 


Jan. 


24, 1895 


157 


Jan. 


27, 1895 


Jan. 


24, 1895 


158 


Jan. 


27, 1895 


Jan. 


24, 1895 


159 


Jan. 


27, 1895 


Jan. 


24, 1895 


IfiO 


Jan. 


19, 1895 


Jan. 


24, 1895 


Ifil 


Jan. 


24, 1895 


Keb. 


26, 1895 


16? 


Dec. 


28. 1894 


Feb. 


26, 1895 


163 


Dec. 


27, 1894 


Feb. 


26, 1895 


164 


Jan. 


2, 1895 


Feb. 


26, 1895 


165 


Dec. 


29. 1894 


Feb. 


26. 1895 


166 


Jan. 


7, 1895 


Feb. 


26, 1895 


167 


Jan. 


3, 1895 


Feb. 


26, 1895 


1fi8 


Dec. 


3, 1894 


Feb. 


26, 1895 


169 


Dec. 


3, 1894 


Feb, 


26, 1895 


170 


Dec. 


26, 1894 


Feb. 


25, 1895 


171 


Jan. 


24, 1895 


Feb. 


2o. 1895 


17? 


Jan. 


12. 1895 


Feb. 


26, 1895 


173 


Jan. 


4. 1895 


Feb. 


26, 1895 


174 


Feb 


6, 1895 


Feb. 


26, 1895 


175 


Jan. 


23, 1895 


Feb. 


26, 1895 




24 


—Sec. S 


)TATE 





.Southern Hospital for Insane 

State Prison South 

Institution for Deaf and Dumb 

Institution for Deaf and Dumb 

Central Hospital for Insane 

Southern Hospital for Insane 

Central Hospital for Insane 

Northern Hospital for Insane 

Northern Hospital for Insane 

State Board of Charities 

Institute for Blind 

State Prison South 

Central Hospital for Insane 

Institution for Deaf and Dumb . . . . . 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument Commission 

Central Hospital for Insane 

Bureau of Statistics 

Bureau of Statistics 

Female Reformatory 

Institute for Blind 

Central Hospital for Insane 

School for Feeble-Minded Youth— Annual Re- 
port . ...... 

State Prison North— Annual Report 

State Live Stock Sanitary Commission .... 

Eastern Hospital for Insane 

Eastern Hospital for Insane 

Kastern Hospitil for Insane 

Eastern Hospital for Insane . . 

State Board of Charities 

State Prison North 

School for Feeble-Minded Youth 

Eastern Hospital for Insane— Biennial Report 

Eastern Hospital for Insane 

Purdue University— Annual Report 

State Normal School, Biennial Report .... 
Southern Hospital for Insane, Biennial Report 
Soldiers' Orphans' Home, Annual Report. . . 
Reform School for Boys. Annual Report . . 

Indiana University. Biennial Report 

Eastern Hospital for Insane 

Southern Hospital for Insane 

Purdue University . . 

Institution for Deaf and Dumb 

State Prison North 

State Board Charities 

Bureau ofStatisties 

vState Prison South. Annual Report 

Female Reformatory. Annual Report 

State Board Charities. Annual Report . . . . 
Northern Hospital for Insane, Biennial Report 

Institute for Blind 

State Board 01 Healtli 

State Prison South 

Central Hospital for Insane 



$19 00 


28 10 


7 63 


5 50 


11 82 


10 00 


15 68 


26 25 


17 00 


11 75 


8 38 


13 75 


135 75 


3 40 


2 75 


41 90 


12 15 


3 88 


5 70 


3 50 


65 60 


160 87 


96 77 


32 38 


25 65 


12 35 


59 05 


139 73 


4 50 


44 90 


42 55 


218 49 


2 00 


50 92 


104 03 


118 33 


304 00 


42 06 


18 14 


30 45 


64 95 


16 50 


39 55 


40 76 


36 70 


14 15 


95 91 


142 37 


445 64 


183 28 


13 87 


41 85 


5 00 


17 55 



370 



INSTITUTIONAL PRINTING— Ooiitinued. 






. 
o a 



Datk of 
Order. 



Date 
Allowed. 



To What Institution. 



Amount. 



176 
177 
178 
179 
180 
181 
182 
183 
184 
185 
186 
187 
188 
189 
190 
191 
192 
193 
194 
195 
196 
197 
198 
199 
200 
201 
202 
203 
204 
205 
206 
207 
208 
209 
2i0 
211 
212 
213 
214 
215 
216 
217 
218 
219 
220 
22; 
222 
223 
224 
225 
226 
227 
228 
229 
2 
231 
232 
233 
23t 
235 
236 
237 
238 
239 
210 
2)1 
24! 
243 
244 
245 
246 



Feb. 


9 


1895 


Keb. 


4 


1895 


Keb. 


1 


1895 


Dec. 


13 


1894 


Mar. 


19 


1895 


Mar. 


11 


1895 


Mar. 


16 


1895 


Jan. 


30 


1895 


Dec. 


31 


1894 


Mar. 


21 


1895 


Mar. 


19 


1895 


Mar. 


19 


1895 


Mar. 


23 


1895 


Mar. 


15 


1895 


Apri 


1 


1895 


Mar. 


23 


1895 


Mar. 


20 


1895 


Feb. 


6 


18W 


Aprii 


5 


1895 


M;.r. 


27 


1895 


April 13 


1895 


Mar. 


— 


1895 


May 


— 


1895 


April 23 


1895 


Apri 118 


1895 


Apri 


2 


1895 


April 29 


1895 


May 


3 


1895 


April 20 


1895 


May 


10 


1895 


Apri 


17 


1895 


May 


4 


1895 


April 18 


1895 


Apri 


1 


1S95 


April 26 


1895 


May 


— 


1895 


M.y 


9 


1895 


April 19 


1895 


May 


— 


1895 


May 


15 


1895 


Apri 


8 


1895 


June 


10 


1895 


A i.ril 20 


1895 


M V 


25 


1895 


May 


29 


1895 


May 


25 


1895 


June 


11 


1895 


May 


24 


1895 


May 


4 


1895 


June 


6 


1895 


June 


18 


1895 


■/una 


20 


1«95 


May 


23 


1895 


Mny 


29 


1895 


July 


6 


1895 


July 


16 


1H95 


June 


19 


189S 


•J line 


21 


1H95 


July 


17 


|K95 


.) Iv 


16 


1885 


July 


16 


1895 


June 


26 


1895 


.June 


24 


1895 


July 


20 


1895 


June 


24 


1895 


July 


111 


1895 


Auer. 


7 


1-95 


July 


17 


1895 


A UK. 


10 


1895 


July 


12 


1895 


July 


12 


1895 



Feb. 


26 


1895 


Keb. 


26 


1895 


Keb. 


2(5 


1895 


Keb. 


26 


1895 


Mar. 


27 


1895 


Mar. 


27 


1895 


Mar. 


27 


1895 


Mar. 


27 


1895 


Mar. 


27 


1895 


Mar. 


27 


1895 


Mar. 


27 


1895 


April 11 


1895 


April 30 


1895 


April 30 


1895 


April 


3(1 


1895 


April 30 


1895 


April 


3(» 


1895 


April 


30 


1895 


April 30 


1895 


April 30 


1895 


June 


5 


1895 


June 


5 


1895 


June 


5 


1895 


June 


5 


1895 


June 


5 


1895 


June 


5 


1895 


June 


5 


1895 


June 


5 


1895 


June 


5 


1895 


June 


5 


1895 


June 


5 


1895 


June 


5 


1895 


June 


5 


1895 


June 


5 


1S95 


June 


5 


1895 


June 


5 


1895 


June 


5 


1895 


June 


5 


1895 


June 


5 


1895 


June 


5 


1895 


June 


5 


1895 


July 


1 


1895 


July 


1 


1895 


July 


1 


1895 


July 


1 


1895 


July 


1 


1895 


July 


1 


1895 


July 


1 


18J5 


July 


1 


1895 


July 


1 


1895 


July 


1 


1895 


.July 


1 


1895 


.July 


26 


1895 


July 


26 


1895 


.July 


26 


189^ 


.July 


26 


1895 


July 


26 


1895 


July 


20 


1895 


.July 


26 


1895 


July 


26 


1895 


July 


2ri 


, 1895 


July 


26 


1895 


.July 


26 


1895 


July 


26 


1895 


Am. 


20 


1895 


Aug. 


20 


1895 


Sept. 


13 


1895 


Sept. 


13 


1895 


Sept. 


13 


1895 


Sept. 


13 


1895 


Sept. 


13 


1895 



Southern Hospital for Insane 

Institution for Deaf and Dumb 

Female Reformatory. 

Institute for Blind, Annual Report 

Institute for Blind 

Bureau of Statistics 

state Board of Charities 

State Board of Charities 

Northern Hospital for Insane 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Mon. Com., Bicn'l Rep't 
Kankakee Marsh Commissioners, Report . . . 

Central Hospital for Insane 

Bureau of Statistics 

Kastern Hospital for Insane 

Purdue University 

State Board ot Health 

Central Hospital for Insane 

Staie Prison ^outh . 

Southern Hospital for Insane 

State Board of Charities 

Central Hospital for Insane 

Purdue University, Annual Catalogue . . , . 

Purdue University 

Bureau of Statistics 

Female Reformatory 

Indiana University. 

Southern Hospital forlcsane 

Purdue University 

Central Hospital for Insane ... 

Northern Hospital for Insane 

Eastern Hospital for Insane 

State Prison South 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument Commission 
Soldiers' and Siiilora' Monument Commission 

Institute for Blind ... 

Central Hosrital for Insane, Annual Report . 

State Prison North 

State Bonrd of Health 

Purdue University 

Eastern Hnspital for Insane 

Indiana University, Annual Catalogue . . . . 

State Board of Charities 

State Board of Charities 

Indiana University . 

Institute for Blind 

Central Hospital for Insane 

Female Reformatory 

Institute for Deaf and Dumb 

Bureau of Statistics . 

Sta,te Si>Uliers' Home Commission 

Central Hospitil for Insane 

("hickamaiiga Commis-i(in 

Northern Hospital for Insane 

Northern Hospital for Insane 

State Normal School — Annual Catalogue . . . 

State Board of Health 

Bureau of Statisties 

('entr i| Hospital for Insane 

Soldiers' and -ailors' Monument Commission 

State Prison North . 

Eastern Hospital for Insane 

State Board of Charities 

Institute for Blind 

State Prison \orth 

State Normal School 

Southern Hospital for Insane 

State Board of Health ... 

Soldiers' and S 'ilors' Monument Commission 

Institute for Blind 

Sta e Prison Soutti 

Northern Hospital for Insane 



371 



INSTITUTIONAL PRINTING— Continued. 



Date of 
Order. 



Aug. 
Aug. 
July 
July 
July 
Jan. 
July 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
July 
July 
Aug. 
Aug. 
July 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Aug. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 
Sept. 



20, 1895 


Sept. 


22, 1895 


Sept. 


26. 1895 


Sept. 


19, 1895 


Sept. 


20, 1895 


Sept. 


20, 1896 


Sept. 


22, 1895 


Sept. 


7, 1895 


Sept. 


23, 1895 


Sept. 


22, 1895 


Sept. 


9, 1895 


Sept. 


18, 1895 


Sept. 


21, 1895 


Sept. 


24, 1895 


Oct. 


29, 1895 


Oct. 


5, 1895 


Oct. 


5, 1895 


Oct. 


6, 1895 


Oct. 


22, 1895 


Oct. 


28, 1895 


Oct. 


8, 1895 


Oct. 


— , 1895 


Oct. 


-, 1895 


Oct. 


— , 1895 


Oct. 


-, 1895 


Oct. 


— , 1895 


Oct. 


-, 1895 


Oct. 


-, 1895 


Oct. 


-, 1895 


Oct. 


-, 1«95 


Oct. 


-, 1895 


Oct. 


-, 1895 


Oct. 


-. 1895 


Oct. 



Date 
Allowed. 



13, 1895 
13, 1895 
13, 1895 
13, 1895 
13,1895 
13, 1895 
13, 1895 
13, 1895 
13, 1895 
13, 1895 
13, 1895 
13, 1895 
13, 1895 
16, 1895 
16, 1895 
16, 1895 
16, 1895 
16, 1895 
16, 1895 
16, 1895 
16, 1895 
16, 1895 
16, 1895 
16, 1895 
16, 1895 
16, 1895 
16, 1895 
16, 1895 
16, 1895 
16, 1895 
16, 1895 
16, 1895 
16, 1895 



To What Institution. 



Central Hospital for Insane 

State Prison South , , 

St;ite Prison North 

Eastera Hospital for Insane , 

State Board of Charities ... 

Institution for Deaf and Dumb— Annual Rep, 

Female Refjrmatory^ , 

Central Hospital for Insane 

Central Hospital for Insane , 

Live Stock and Sanitary Commission . . . . , 

Female Reformatory 

Female Reformatory 

Institute for Blind , 

Institute tor Blind 

Purdue University 

Purdue University 

State Prison South . . . 

Southern Hospital for Insane 

Board of Regents 

Female Reformatory 

Northern Hospital for Insane 

State Board Charities 

State Prison South 

State Prison North 

Eastern Hospital for Insane 

Northern Hospital for Insane 

Central Hospital for Insane 

Central Hospital for Insane 

Central Hospital for Insane 

State Prison South 

Indiana University 

Institute for Deaf and Dumb 

Board of Regents 

Total for printing 



Amount. 



33 86 
13 35 
20 44 
15 35 
11 75 

398 04 

34 20 
36 20 

25 00 
60 93 

4 50 

3 00 

17 90 

23 30 

31 80 

3 90 

4 00 
97 30 

90 

6 25 

42 68 

49 09 

8 05 

31 30 

148 70 

26 90 

8 76 
45 38 

100 75 
2 90 

5 60 

9 15 
25 00 

$9,9/8 01 



372 



INSTITUTIONAL STATIONERY, 



Statement by Requisitions of Expenditures for Stationery Durinff 
Fiscal Year Ending October 31, 1895. 






Date of 
Ordkr. 




On What Account. 



Amount. 



90 

91 

92 

93 

94 

95 

9(i 

97 

98 

99 
100 
101 
102 
103 
104 
105 
106 
107 
108 
109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
114 
115 
116 
117 
118 
119 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 
li;7 
128 
129 
130 
131 
132 
133 
134 
135 
136 
137 
138 
139 
140 
141 I 
142 
143 
141 
145 
146 
147 
148 
149 
150 
151 
152 
153 
154 
155 
156 
157 
158 



July 30 
July 30, 
Sepc. 26 
Uet. 
Oct. 
Nov 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Oct. 
Nov 
• let. 
Oct. 
JNov 
Nov 
Oct. 
Nov. 19 
Nov. 19 
Nov. 24 
Nov. 23 
Dec. 6 
Nov. 20 
Nov. 31 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
Oct. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
■Jan. 
Dec. 
Uec. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Dec. 
Jan. 
J«n. 
•Jan. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Mar. 16, 
Feb. 21, 
Feb. 4, 
Feb. 4 
Mar. 14 
Mar. 6: 
Feb. 28 
Mar. 15, 
Mar. 27 
April 8 
.Mar. 23 
Mar. iO 
April 5 
April 9, 
Mar. 30, 
Mar. 21 
May 6 
Mar. 23, 
April 26, 
April 29, 
April 22. 
April 17, 
May 1 



1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1891 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1K94 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1895 
18i'4 
1894 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1894 
1895 
189.5 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
18i5 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1X95 
1H95 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 



Nov. 27, 

Nov. 27 

Nov. 27 

Nov. 27 

Nov. 27 

Nov. 27 

Nov. 27 

Nov. 27 

Nov. 27 

Nov. 27 

Nov. 27 

Nov. 27 

Nov. 27 

Nov. 27 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 



Jan 
Jan. 
Jiin. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 24 
Feb. 26 
Feb. 26 
Feb. 26 
Feb. 26 
Feb. 26, 
Feb. 26 
Feb. 26 
Feb. 26 
Feb. 26 
Feb. 26 
Feb. 2fi 
Feb. 26 



Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 



Mar. 27 
Mar. 27 
Mar. 27 
.Mar. 27 
Mar. 27 
Mar. Zl 
April 11 
April 11 
April 30, 

April ;-;o 

April 30 
April 30 
April 30 
April .% 
April. 30 
A|.ril ;-0 
April .30 
June 5 
June 5 
.June 5 
June 5 
June 5 
June 5 
June 5 



1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
1894 
189t 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1893 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1H95 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1S95 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1.895 
1K95 
1895 
1«95 
1895 
1895 
1895 
l(-9') 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 



Institution for Deaf and Dumb 

Institution tor Deaf and Dumb 

Female Reformatory . 

Central Hospital for Insane 

Bureau ot Statistics 

Northern Hospital for Insane 

Northern Hospital for insane 

State Board of Health 

Institute for Blind 

Female Reformatory 

State Prison Soul h 

State Board of Health 

Central Hospital for Insane 

Institution fur Deaf and Dumb 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument Commission 

Central Hospital for Insane 

State Board of Health 

Bureau of Statistics 

Female Reformatory 

Institute for Blind 

Institution for Deaf and Dumb 

Eastern Hospital lor Insane 

Eastern Hospital for Insane 

Eastern Hospital for Insane 

Eastern H<iS|'ital for Insane 

State Board of Charities 

State Prison North. 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument Commission 

Central Hospital for Insane 

Female Reformatory . 

Southern Hospital for Insane 

Instituiion lor Deaf and Dumb 

State Board of Charities , 

Bureau ot Statistics 

Central Hospital (or Insane 

Northern Hospital fur Insane 

Fema,ie Reformatory 

Institute for the Blind 

Solaiers' and Sailors' Monument Commission 

State Board of Health 

State Board of Health 

Ceritral Hospital for Insane 

Ea,«tern Hcjsiiital (or rn?ane 

Institution for Deaf and Dumb 

Female Reformatory 

Bureau of .Stati.«tics 

State Board of Health 

State Board of Charities 

S'atp Board of Chariiies ' 

Northern Hospital (or Insane 

Soldier*' and Sailors' Monument Commission 

Female R formatory 

Central Hospiial lor Insane 

Ea^tern Unnpital for Insane 

Female Reformatory 

Ini'titution for Deaf and Dumb 

State Bo'rdof Health 

Central Hospital for Insane 

Southern Ho.'ipital for Insane 

State Hoard of ( harities 

State Prison N( rth . 

Northern Hosidtal for Insane 

Central Hoppitnl for Insane 

Bureau of Statistics 

Female Reformatory. 

Southern Hosiital tor Insane 

Cen(ral Hospital for In.sane 

Northern Ho.-pital (or Insnne 

Institution for Deaf and Dumb 



373 



INSTITUTIONAL STATIONERY— Continued. 



0) C 



■= 2. 



Date of 
Order. 



Date 
Allowed. 



On What Accocnt. 



Amount. 


$5 84 


116 


2 30 


37 97 


3 90 


12 00 


2 46 


30 


15 20 


41 81 


1 60 


50 


117 61 


nil 


12 40 


5 75 


6 14 


72 


38 88 


2 10 


23 90 


29 32 


21 60 


18 00 


75 47 


2 ]0 


6 00 


175 


1 50 


36 31 


6 99 


60 


3 45 


39 60 


13 78 


50 05 


1 40 


75 


7 60 



159 
160 
161 
162 
163 
164 
165 
166 
167 
168 
169 
170 
171 
172 
173 
174 
175 
176 
177 
178 
179 
180 
181 
182 
183 
184 
185 
186 
187 
188 
189 
190 
191 
192 
193 
194 
195 
196 
197 



April 17, 
Mar. 23, 
Mar. 26, 
May 9, 
April 29, 
May 15, 
April 30, 
Mny 22, 
May 21. 
Mny 18, 
May 16, 
July 9. 
June 20, 
July 19, 
June 25, 
June 22, 
June 18, 
July 1, 
July 17, 
July 19, 
June 28, 
Aug. 22, 
July 23, 
Aus. 15, 
July 15, 
July 6, 
Aug. 31, 
Aug. 26, 
Aug. 29, 
Sept. 9, 
Aug. 22, 
Sept. — , 
Sept. — , 
Sept. — , 
Sept. 13, 
Aug. — , 
Sept. — , 
Sept. — , 
Sept. — , 



1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
18i)5 
1895 
1896 
1895 
189S 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 



June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 



5, 1895 
5, 1895 
5, 1895 
5, 1895 
5, 1895 
5, 189S 
1, 1895 
1, 1895 
1, 1895 
1, 1895 
1, 1895 
26, 1895 
26, 1895 
26, 1895 
26, 1895 
26, 1895 
26, 1895 
26, 1895 
13, 1895 
13, 1895 
13, 1895 
13, 1895 
13, 1895 
13, 1895 
13, 1895 
13, 1895 
Ih, 1895 
16, 1895 
16, 1895 
16, 1895 
16, 1895 
16, 1895 
16. 1895 
16, 1895 
16, 1895 
16. 1895 
16, 1895 
16, 1895 
16, 1895 



Eastern Hospital for Insane 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument Commission 

Institute for Blind 

State Prison North 

State Board of Health 

Eastern Hospital lor Insane 

State Board Charities 

Institute for Blind 

Central Hospital for Insane 

Kemale Reformatory 

Institute for De it and Dumb 

Bureau of Stati,<tics 

Central Hospital for Insane 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument Commission 

State Prison North 

Institute for Deaf and Dumb 

State Board Charities 

Institute for Blind . 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument Commission 

Institute for Deaf and Dumb 

Northern Hospital for Insane 

Statn Prison Snuth . . 

Snuthern Hospital for Insane 

State Prison South 

Central Hospital for Insane 

Female Refirmatory 

Indiana University 

State Prison South 

^tate Board Health 

State Prison North 

State Board Charities 

Bureau of Statistics 

Institute tor Blind 

Northern Hospital for Insane 

Northern Hospital for Insane 

Central Hospital 'or Insane 

Central Hospital for Insane 

Institute for Deaf and Dumb 

Institute for Deaf and Dumb 

Total stationery 



SI ,624 49 



RECAPITULATION. 

Institutional printing ordered $9,978 01 

Institutional stationery ordered 1,624 49 

Total 



$11,602 50 



EECAPITULATION OF ALL BILLS, STATE AND INSTITUTIONAL, FOR 
FISCAL YEAR 1894-95. 

State Printing, stationery and advertising, including Legis- 
lative printing and stationery $63,152 91 

Institutional printing and stationery 11,602 50 

Total for fiscal year 374,755 41 

The following is a full statement of all bills with amount of 
each, for printing, stationery and advertising presented to and 
acted upon by the Board of Public Printing, Binding and Sta- 
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378 



STATE STATIONERY. 



Statement by Requisitions of Expenditures from Printing Fund for 
Stationery During the Fiscal Year, Ending October SI, 1896. 









Datk of 
Okdke. 



Bate 
Allowed 



On What Account. 



251 


Oct. 




2V2 


Oct. 


— 


253 


Sept 


— 


264 


Oct. 


— , 


255 


Sept 


— , 


2bH 


Oct. 


— 1 


257 


Sept 


27, 


25S 


Oct. 




259 


Oct. 





260 


Oct. 





261 


Oct. 





262 


Oct. 





263 


Sept 


— , 


264 


Oct. 


— , 


^65 


Oct. 


— 


266 


Oct. 


— 


267 


Nov. 





268 


Nov. 





269 


Nov. 





270 


Nov. 





271 


Nov. 





272 


Oct. 


16, 


273 


Oct. 


12, 


1 


Dec. 


3, 


2 


Dec. 


4, 


3 


Nov. 


20, 


4 


Nov. 


12, 


5 


Nov. 


16, 


6 


Nov. 


14, 


7 


Nov. 


22, 


8 


Nov. 


12, 


9 


Nov. 


21, 


10 


Dec. 


19, 


11 


Dec. 


?A, 


12 


Dec. 


21, 


13 


Dec. 


27, 


H 


Jan. 


«, 


15 


Jan. 


3, 


16 


Jan. 


7, 


17 


Dec. 


21, 


18 


Dec. 


31, 


19 


Jan. 


14, 


20 


Dec. 


23, 


21 


Dec. 


26, 


22 


Jan. 


23, 


23 


Jan. 


30, 


24 


Jan. 


23, 


25 


Jan. 


24, 


26 


Feb. 


u, 


27 


Dec. 


17, 


28 


Jan. 


24, 


29 


Jan. 


27, 


30 


.Jan. 


8, 


31 


Feb. 


8, 


32 


Dec. 


30, 


33 


Feb. 


7, 


34 


Feb. 


?,fi. 


35 


Feb. 


29, 


36 


Mar. 


23, 


37 


Mar. 


2fi, 


38 


Mar. 


7, 


39 


Mar. 


12, 


40 


Feb. 


28. 


41 


Mar. 


12, 


42 


Mar. 


6. 


43 


Mar. 


2, 


44 


Apri 


11, 


45 


Apri 


9. 


46 


Apri 


6, 


47 


Apri 


18. 


48 


Apri 


7, 



. 1895 
,1895 
,1895 
,1895 
,1895 
,1895 
,1895 
,1895 
, 1895 
,1895 
,1895 
,1895 
, 1895 
,1895 
,1895 
, 189i 
,1895 
,1895 
,1895 
,1895 
,1895 
, 1895 
,1895 
, 1895 
,1895 
,1895 
;, 1895 
.1895 
, 1895 
,1895 
, 1895 
,1895 
,1895 
, 189 1 
,1895 
,1895 
, 1896 
,1896 
,1896 
,1895 
,1895 
,18^6 
,1895 
. 1895 
,1896 
,1896 
,1896 
, 1896 
, 1896 
, 1895 
,1896 
, 1896 
,1896 
,1896 
, 1895 
, 1896 
,1896 
,1896 
,1896 
,1896 
,1896 
,1896 
. 1896 
. 1896 
. 1896 
,1896 
,1896 
. 1896 
,1896 
.1896 
,1896 



Dec. 


3, 


1895 


Dec. 


3 


1895 


Dec. 


3, 


1895 


Dec. 


3, 


1895 


Dec. 


3, 


1895 


Dec. 


3, 


1895 


Dec. 


3, 


1895 


Dec. 


3 


1895 


Dec. 


3, 


1895 


Deo. 


3 


1895 


Dec. 


3 


1895 


Dec. 


3 


1895 


Dec. 


3, 


1«95 


Dec. 


3, 


1895 


Dec. 


3, 


1895 


Dec. 


3. 


1895 


Dec. 


3, 


1895 


Dec. 


3, 


1895 


Dec. 


3, 


189") 


Dec. 


3, 


1895 


Dec. 


3, 


1895 


Dec. 


24 


1895 


Dec. 


24, 


1895 


Jan. 


16 


1896 


Jnn. 


16 


1896 


Jan. 


16 


1896 


Jan. 


16, 


1896 


Jan. 


16, 


1896 


Jan. 


16, 


1896 


Jan. 


16, 


1896 


Jan. 


16, 


1896 


Jan. 


16, 


1896 


Jan. 


19 


1896 


.Jan. 


16 


1896 


Feb. 


14 


1896 


Feb. 


14, 


1896 


Feb. 


14, 


1896 


Keb. 


14 


1896 


Feb. 


14, 


1896 


Feb. 


14 


1896 


Keb. 


14, 


1896 


Feb. 


14, 


1896 


Feb, 


14, 


1896 


Mar. 


30, 


1896 


Mar. 


30, 


1896 


Mar. 


30, 


1895 


Mar. 


30, 


189f5 


Mar. 


30, 


1896 


Mar. 


;^o. 


1896 


Mar. 


30, 


1896 


Mar. 


30, 


1896 


Mar. 


30, 


1X96 


Mar. 


30, 


1896 


Mar. 


30, 


1898 


Mar. 


30, 


1896 


Mar. 


30, 


1896 


Mar. 


30, 


1896 


Mar. 


30, 


1896 


Apri 


30. 


1896 


Apri 


30, 


1896 


April 30, 


1896 


Apri 


30, 


1896 


Apri 


30, 


1896 


Apri 


30, 


1896 


Apri 


30, 


1896 


Apri 


30, 


1896 


Apri 


30. 


1896 


Apri 


30, 


1896 


Apri 


30. 


1896 


May 


29, 


18,<6 


May 


29, 


1896 



Auditor of State 

Auiitor of State 

Tre;isurer of State 

Trensurer of State 

Secretary of State 

Governor of State 

Attorney-General 

Attorney-General 

St«te Librarian 

Adjutant-General 

Appellnte Court 

State Libr.irian 

Clerli of Supreme Court 

Clerk of Supreme Court 

Superintendent Public Instruction 
Superintendent Public Instruction 

Clerlj of Supreme Court 

Attorney-General ; . . . 

Governor of State • - 

Superintendent Public Instruction 

Auditor of State 

Quirtermaster-General 

Attorney-General 

Governor of ."^tate 

Auditor of State 

Secretary o* State 

Treasurer of State 

Clerk of Supreme Court 

Superintendent Public Instruction 

Q lartermaster-General 

Reporter of Supreme Court . . . . , 

State Librarian 

Superintendent Public Instruction 

Attorney-General 

Secretary of State 

Treasurer of State 

Superintendent Public Instruction 
Superintendent Public Instruction 

Attorney-General 

Governor of State. . . . . . . , 

Custodian of Public Buildings. . . 

Reporter Supreme Court 

Clerk Supreme Court. 

Quartermaster-General 

Auditor ot State 

Secretary of State 

Clerk Supreme Court 

Superintendent Public Instruction 

Attorney-General 

Adjutant General 

Adjutant-General 

Governor of State 

Governor of State 

State Librarian - . . . 

QuHrtermaster-General 

Ulerk Supreme Court 

Auditor of State 

Superintendent Public Instruction . 

Auililor of State 

Secretary of State 

Olerk Supreme Court 

Superintendent Public Instruction . 

Governor of State 

Attorney-General . . . . 

State Librarian 

Reporter Supreme Court 

Superintendent Public Instruction . 

Auditor of State 

Clerk Supreme Court 

Auditor of State 

Secretary of State 



379 



STATE STATIONERY— Continued. 



Date of 
Order. 



Date 
Allowed. 



On Wf!at Account. 



Amount, 



April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

Mar. 

Feb. 

April 

Mar. 

Feb. 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

June 

June 

May 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

May 

July 

July 

July 

Autr. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

July 

July 

July 

May 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Aug. 

July 

Aug. 

Sept. 

Sept. 

Sept. 



;, 1896 
,1896 
, 1896 
,1896 
, 1896 
,1896 
,1896 
,18% 
,1896 
,1896 
,1896 
,1896 
,1896 
,lh96 
,1896 
,1896 
,1896 
,1896 
,1896 
, 1896 
, 1896 
, 1896 
,1896 
,1896 
, 18V^6 
,1896 
,1896 
,1896 
,1896 
,1896 
,1896 
,1896 
, 1895 
,1895 
,1895 
,1895 
.1895 
.1895 
, 1895 
, 1895 
,1895 
,1895 
,1895 
,1895 
. 1895 
,1895 
, 1895 
, 1895 
, 1895 
:, 1895 
,1895 
,1895 
, 1895 



Oct. 18, 1895 . 

Oct. 21, 1895 . 
Oct. 21, 1895 . 

Nov.— ,1895. 

Dec. 6, 1895 . 

Dec. 26, 1895 . 

Jan. 22, 1896 . 

Jan. 4,1896. 

Jan. 17,1896. 



May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

• let. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 



Nov. 11 



Nov. 
Nov. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Mar. 



1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1816 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 

1895 

1895 
1895 

1895 

1896 

1896 

1896 

1896 

1896 



Clerk of Supreme Court 

Superintendent Public Instruction . . 

Attorney-General 

Governor of State 

State Librarian 

Reporter of Supreme Court 

Quartermaster-Weneral 

Treasurer of State 

Treasurer of State 

Clprk of Supreme Court 

Adjutant-General 

Governor of State 

Governor of State 

Auditor of State 

Superintendent Public Instruction . . 

Attorney-General . . 

Secretary of State 

State Librarian .... 

Reporter of Supreme Court 

Attorney-General 

Clerk of Supreme Court 

Attorney-General 

Auditor of State 

Auditor of State 

Secretary of State 

Treasurer of State 

Clerk of Supreme Court 

Superintendent Public Instruction . . 

Governor of State 

Attorney-General 

Adjutant General 

Adjutant-General 

Auditor of State 

Secretary of State 

Clerk of Supreme Court 

Attorney- General 

Attorney-General 

Superintendent Public Instruction. . 

Appellate Court 

Governor of State 

Quartermaster-General 

Auditor of State 

Secretary of State 

Treasurer of State 

Clerk of Supreme Court 

Superintendent Public Instruction. . 

Governor ot State 

Reporter of Supreme Court 

Adjutant-General 

Attorney-General 

Clerk of Supreme Court 

Superintendent of Public Instruction. 

Governor of State 

State Librarian — 
Smith-Preaiier typewriter 

Attorney-General— 

Remington typewriter 

Typewriter ribbon 

State Board of Healtb'" — 
RemiT gton typewriter 

Auditor of State- 
Remington typewriter 

Clerk of Supreme Court- 
Remington typewriter 

Governor of State — 
Typewriter repairs 

Superintendent of Public Instruction- 
Smith-Premier typewriter 

Secretary of State — 
Smith-Premier typewriter 



Total stationery 81,822 39 



S39 25 

2 55 
4 20 

3 62 
1 20 

3 52 
13 86 

8 57 

4 77 
12 60 

4 60 
59 48 
18 25 

12 46 

3 47 

13 49 
174 

20 
142 
115 
7 35 
1 30 
1 99 

5 80 
25 94 

7 61 
33 25 

8 06 

1 15 

2 80 
76 

1 30 

6 10 
13 41 

50 

6 00 

22 44 

9 45 
1 00 

4 05 
4 34 

1 07 

4 45 
110 

10 45 

2 50 
37 

2 23 
12 61 

85 
17 56 

69 

5 21 

80 00 

87 75 
1 00 

72 50 

57 50 

57 50 

1 35 

52 75 

62 50 



*0n account of the appropriation of State Board of Health being exhausted, the 
Prirting Board ordered this item of $72.50 charged to and paid out of Printing Fund. (Se& 
Auditor's warrant. No. 16,378.) 



380 
ADVERTISING. 



Statement by Requisitions of Expenditures from Priyiting Fund for 
Advertising During the Fiscal Year Ending October 31, 1896. 



Date 
OP Order. 



Date 
Allowed. 



On What Account. 



Oct. 8, 1395 . 

Oct. 8, 1895 . 
Nov. 1, 1895 . 

Nov. 1, 1895 . 

Nov. 1, 1895 . 
Nov. 27, 1895 . 

Dec. 2, 1895 . 

Dec. 2,1895. 

Dec. 2, 1895 . 
Dec. 2, 1895 . 

Jan. 10, 1896 . 

Mar. 2, 1896 

Feb. 25, 1896 . 

Feb. 25,1896. 

Feb. 25,1896. 

April — , 1896 . 

May 20,1896. 

May 23,1896. 

May 23,1896. 

May 23,1896. 

May 11,1896. 

June 10, 1896 . 

July 9, 1896 . 

Sept. 24, 1896 . 

Sept. 24, 1896 . 

Sept. 24, 1896 . 

Sept. 24, 1896 . 

Sept. 3,1896. 

Sept. 3, 1896 . 

Sept. 8,1896. 

Sept. 8,1896. 



Nov. 11, 1895. 

Nov. 11, 1895. 
Dec. 3, 1895 . 

Dec. 3, 1895 . 

Dec. 3, 1895 . 
Dec. 3, 1895 . 

Dec. 3, 1895 . 

Dec. 3, 1895 . 

Dee. 24, 1895 . 
Jan. 16, 1896 . 

Feb. 14, 1896 . 

Mar. 9, 1896 . 

Mar. 9,1896. 

Mar. 9,1896. 

Mar. 9, 1896 . 

Apr. 30, 1896 . 

May 29, 1896 . 

May 29, 1893 . 

May 29, 1896 . 

May 29, 1896 . 

June 30, 1896 . 

July 23, 1896 . 

Aug.21, 1896 . 

Oct. 5, 1896 . 

Oct. 5, 1896 . 

Oct. 5, 1896 . 

Oct. 5,1896. 

Oct. 5,1896. 

Oct. 5, 1896 . 

Oct. 5,1896. 

Oct. 5, 1896 . 



Indianapolis Sentinel, Treasurer's statement for 

September, 1895 .... 

Indianapolis Sentinel, apportionment for 1895 . . . 
Indianapolis Journal, Treasurer's statement for 

September, 1895 

Indianapolis Journal, Treasurer's statement for 

October, 1895 

Indianapolis Journal, apportionment for 1895 . . . 
Indianapolis Journal, Treasurer's annual statement 

for 1895 

Indianapolis Sentinel, Treasurer's annual statement 

for 1895 

Indianapolis Sentinel, Treasurer's statement for 

October, 1895 

German Telegraph, Governor's proclamation 
Indianapolis Sentinel, Treasurer's statement 

November, 1895 .... 

Indianapolis Sentinel, Treasurer's statement 

December, 1895 

Indianapolis Sentinel, Treasurer's statement 

January, 1896 

Indianapolis .lournal, Treasurer's statement for 

November, 1895 . . 

Indianapolis Journal, Treasurer's statement for 

December, 1895 ... . . 

Indianapolis Journal, Treasurer's statement for 

January, 1896 

Indianapolis Sentinel, Treasurer's statement for 

February. 1896 

Indianapolis Sentinel, Treasurer's statement for 

March, 1896 .... . . 

Indianapolis Journal, Treasurer's statement for 

February, 1896 ■ 

Indianapolis Journal, Treasurer's statement for 

March, 1896 . . . 

Indianapolis Journal, Treasurer's statement for 

April, 1896. ... 

Indianapolis Sentinel, Treasurer's statement for 

April, 1896. . 

Indianapolis Sentinel, Treasurer's statement for 

May, 1896 

Indianapolis Sentinel, Treasurer's statement for 

June, 1896 

Indianapolis Journal, Treasurer's statement for 

May, 1896 

Indianapolis Journal, Treasurer's statement for 

June, 1896 

Indianapolis Journal, Treasurer's statement for 

July, 1896 

Indianapolis Journal, Treasurer's statement for 

August, 1896 

Indianaiiolis Journal, Governor's proclamation, 

school bonk contract 

Indianapolis Sentinel, Governor's proclamation, 

school book contract 

Indianapolis Sentinel, Treasurer's statement for 

July, 1896 

Indianapolis Sentinel, Treasurer's statement for 

August, 1896 



Total advertising 



RECAPITULA.TION. 

State printing ordered $38,170 60 

State stationery ordered 1,822 39 

Advertising ordered 843 00 



Total for fiscal year 



140,835 99 



381 

The following is a staterneot of warrants drawn on account of 
printing, binding, stationery and advertising, as shown by the 
books in the office of the Auditor of State, for the fiscal year 
ending October 31, 1896: 

PUBLIC PRINTING, STATIONERY AND ADVERTISING. 



Date. 



To Whom Paid. 



Amount. 



Nov. 2 
Nov. 2 
Nov. 12 
Nov. 15 
Nov. 19 
Nov. 23 
Nov. 11 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec 



Dec. 26 
Dec. 27 
Dec. 28 
Jan. 16 
Jan. 16 
Jan. 16 
Jan. 20 
Feb. 15 
Feb. 15 
Feb. 18 
Feb. 18 
Feb. 24 
Mar. 20 
JMar. 10 
Mar. 13 
Mar. 14 
Mar. 31 
Mar. 31 
April 30. 
April 30 
May 29 
June 4 
June 4 
June 6 
June 30 
June 27 
July 
July 
July 
Auj. 17 
Aug. 22 
Auk. 22 
Aug. 22 
Aug. 22 
Oct. 6 
Oct. 6, 
Oct. 6 



,1895 
,1895 
,1895 
,1895 
,1895 
,1895 
, 1895 
,1895 
.1895 
, 1895 
,1895 
, 1893 
,1895 
, 1895 
,1895 
,1896 
,1896 
,1896 
,1896 
,1896 
,1896 
,1896 
,1896 
,1896 
1896 
,1896 
,1896 
,1896 
,1896 
,1896 
', 1896 
,1896 
,1896 
,1896 
,1896 
,1896 
, 1896 
,1896 
, 1896 
, 1896 
,1896 
, 1896 
. 1896 
,1896 
, 1896 
,1896 
, 1896 
, 1896 
,1896 



tl6082 
t 16083 
tl6140 
tl6183 
16190 
16216 
16139 
16354 
16355 
163^4 
16365 
16378 
16553 
16566 
16582 
117034 
17035 
17036 
17015 
17329 
17330 
17349 
17355 
17372 
17512 
17514 
17529 
17539 
17661 
17666 
18032 
18064 
18393 
18421 
18429 
18516 
18725 
18727 
18796 
19059 
19061 
*19224 
19243 
19244 
■•"19261 
19246 
19742 
19763 
19770 



W.B.Burford 

W.B.Burford 

Indianapfilis Sentinel 

Indianapolis News 

Wycoff, neaman.f & Benedict . . . . 

Smith Premi<^r Co 

C'arlon & Hollnnbeck 

Indianapolis Sentinel 

Indianapolis .lournal 

W.B. Burford 

W.B. Burford .... 

Wycoff. Seamans & Benedict 

W.B.Burford. . . . . 

Guttenburs: Co. (German Telegraph) 

Carlon & Hollenbeck 

W. B. Burford. 

Indianapolis Sentinel ... 

WycoflF, Seamans & Benedict .... 

W.B.Burford. 

Carlon & Hollenbeck 

Indianapolis Sentinel 

W. B. Burford 

Wycoff, Seamans & Benedict . ... 
Smi'h Premier Typewriter Co . . . 
Carlon & Hollenbeck ... 

Smith Premier Typewriter Co . . . 

Indianapolis Sentinel 

Indianapolis Journnl 

Carlon & Hollenbeck . 

W.B.Burford. 

Indianap ilis Sentinel 

W. B. Burford. . 

Levey Bros & Co 

W. B. Burford. ..... 

Indianapolis Sentinel. 

Indianapolis Journal. . 

Indiiinapolis Sentinel 

W. B. Burford. 

Levey Bros. & Co 

W. B. Burford. 

IndiaDai)olis Sentinel 

W.B. Burford 

Indianapolis Sentinel 

W. B. Burford 

W.B. Burford 

Levey Bros. & Co 

W.B. Burford. 

Indianapolis Sentinel 

Indianapolis Journal 

Total warrants 



8305 78 


4,894 21 


245 00 


18 72 


88 75 


80 00 


2,626 83 


125 00 


365 00 


324 88 


6,682 79 


72 50 


2,032 79 


4 00 


2,616 20 


6,254 15 


5 00 


57 50 


1,370 80 


2,630 02 


5 00 


1,342 59 


110 25 


1 35 


2,629 52 


62 50 


5 00 


15 00 


2,662 34 


1,916 98 


5 00 


571 75 


1,450 88 


528 64 


5 00 


15 00 


5 00 


3.630 34 


1.760 32 


547 51 


5 00 


432 55 


5 GO 


615 13 


184 98 


1,736 45 


1,793 38 


15 00 


24 00 



852,931 38 



t Amounts indicated by dagger, amounting to 811,477.86. were drawn on requisitions and 
bills carried over from fiscal year 1894-5, except amount of Indianapolis Sentinel, which only 
includes 85 carried over. 

••'Amounts indicated by star, amounting to 8^17.53, were drawn on account of institu- 
tional printing and stationery for State Board of Health. 



382 



The following is a recapitulation showing the amount of public 
printing, stationery and advertising approved by the Printing 
Board ; also the amount of appropriation and Auditor's warrants 
drawn during the fiscal year ending October 31, 1896: 



EECAPITULATION. 

Allowed for printing $88,170 60 

Allowed for stationery 1 ,822 39 

Allowed for advertising 843 00 

Total 



$40,835 99 



AUDITORS WARRANTS. 

Warrants drawn on account of bills carried over from fiscal 

year 1894-95 $11,477 86 

Warrants drawn on account of State Board of Health . . . 617 53 

Warrants drawn on account of public printing, binding ard 
stationery for fiscal year 1895-96 40,835 99 

Total warrants 

Amount of Printing Fund 

Warrants drawn in excess of fund 



$52,931 38 
35,( 00 00 

$17,931 38 



Statement of all bills, with amount of each, for printing and 
stationery ordered by the various institutions named, for the 
fiscal year ending October 31, 1896: 



INSTITUTIONAL PRINTING. 



Statement by Bequisitions of Expenditures from Institutional 
Funds for Printing During the Fiscal Year Ending October 
SI, 1896. 



is 


Date of 
Order. 


Date 
Allowed. 


On What Account. 


Amount. 


280 


Sept. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

S.pt. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

July 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 


-, 1895 
-, 1895 
-, 1895 
-, 1895 
— , 1895 
-, 1895 
-, 1895 
11, 1895 
1, 1895 
-, 1895 
-, 1895 
-, 1895 
20, 1895 
-, 1895 
-, 1895 
-, 1895 
-, 1895 
-, 1895 


Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dee. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Dec. 


3, 1895 
3, 1895 
3, 1895 
3, 1895 
3, 1895 
3, 1895 
3, 1895 
3, 1895 
3, 1895 
3, 1895 
3, 1895 
3, 1895 
3, 1895 
3, 1895 
3, 1895 
3, 1895 
3, 1895 
3, 1895 


State Board of Charities 


«6 GO 


281 
282 


State Prison North 

State Prison South 


15 00 
11 00 

10 75 


284 




15 00 


2Rt 




23 30 


286 
287 
288 


Institute for the Blind 

Institute for the Blind 


51 00 

6 50 

11 45 


289 


Board ot Repents. ... 


12 50 


290 




5 75 


291 
292 


Southern Hospjtal for Insane . 


45 68 
25 35 


29?. 




3 00 


294 




80 85 


29ft 




11 20 


296 
297 


State Soldiers' Home Comoiission 

Female Reformatory 


5 80 
29 64 



383 



INSTITUTIONAL PRINTING— Continued. 



i, a 

o'S 
o'S 


Date of 
Ordrr. 


Date 
Allowed. 


On What Account. 


Amount. 


298 
?,99 


Oct. 

Nov. 

Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
De«. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
Nov. 
Jan. 
Dec. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Jan. 
Dee. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Jan. 
Nov. 
Dec. 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Dec. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 

Fek' 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Feb. 
Apr. 
May 
May 
Apr. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
May 
Apr. 
Apr. 


— , 1895 
1, 1895 

' 3,1895 
9, 1895 
9, 1895 
13, 1895 
14, 1895 
16, 1895 

18, 1895 
18, 1895 
14. 1895 
28, 1895 
20, 1895 

4. 1895 
19. 1895 

9. 1896 

20. 1895 

14. 1896 
7, 1896 

27, 1893 

27. 1895 

11. 1896 
31, 1895 

19, 1895 

27. 1895 

25. 1896 
27, 1895 

19. 1895 

25. 1896 
7. 1896 

23. 1895 
8, 1896 
4, 1896 

14. 1896 
5, 1896 
3, 1896 

26, IS4& 

29, 1896 

17, 1896 

7. 1896 

6, 1896 

7, 189t 

29. 1896 

17, 1896 

17, 1896 

13, 1896 

28, 1896 

21, 1896 

2, 1896 

25, 1896 

26, 1896 

10, 1898 

13, 1896 

3, 1896 

11,1896 

28, 1896 

30, 1896 

31,1896 

6, 1896 

6, 1896 

6, 1896 

4, 1896 

10, 1896 

4, 1896 

4, 1896 

7, 1896 

23, 1896 

14, 1(^96 

11, 1896 

25, 1896 

14, 1896 

21, 1896 

21, 1896 


Dec. 
Dec. 

Dee. 
Dec. 
Dec. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Jan. 
Feb. 
Feb, 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Feb. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar, 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Mar. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
Apr. 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 
May 


3, 1895 
3, 1895 

'24,1895 

24. 1895 
2t, 1895 

16. 1896 
16, 1896 
16, 1896 
16, 1896 
16, 1896 
16, 1896 
16, 1896 
16, 1896 
16, 1896 
16. 1896 
14, 1896 
14. 1896 
14, 1896 
14, 1896 
14, 1896 
14, 1896 
14, 1896 
14, 1896 
14, 1896 
14, 1896 
14, 1896 
14, 1896 
14, 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 1893 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30. 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 189d 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 189-i 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30. 1896 
30, 1896 
29, 1896 
29, 1896 
29, 1896 
29, 1893 
29, 1896 
29, 1896 
29, 1896 
29, 1896 
29, 1896 
29, 1896 
2^. 1866 
29. 1896 


St ite Soldier;' Home Commission. 


8101 40 
4 50 


300 
301 
802 


(No requisition.) 

Institution for Deaf and Dumb 

Eastern Hospital for [nsane 


34 50 
28 90 


303 
1 


Southern Hospital for Insane . . 

Northern Hospital for Insane 


12 80 
6 05 


9, 




24 18 


3 


Eastern Hospital for Insane 


8 00 


4 


Bureau of Statistics .... .... 


51 56 


5 


State Prison South 


7 00 


fi 


State Board of Health 


29 28 


7 

8 

9 

10 

11 


State Soldiers' Home Commission 

Board of Regents. . . 

Institution for Deaf and Dumb 

Purdue Uaiversity 

Bureau of Statistics 


1 40 
9 20 

6 47 
37 38 

7 73 


12 


Institute for Blind 


10 35 


13 


State Prison South 


7 70 


14 
15 
16 


Femjle Refjrm-itory 

State Soldiers' Home Commission 

Southern Hospital for Insane 


90 
53 95 
41 75 


17 


State Prison North 


15 90 


18 


Central Hospital for Insane 


112 32 


19 


State Board of Charities 


76 53 


20 
21 
22 
23 
24 


Purdue University .... 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orph. Home An'al Rep. 
Institution for Deaf and Dumb 


7 95 

12 20 

150 44 

7 15 
80 74 


25 


Bureau of Statistics 


7 80 


26 


State Baard of Health 


22 50 


27 
28 
29 
30 


State Prison South 

Institute for Blind 

State Prison North 

State Prison North 


36 55 

1 70 

40 94 

22 00 


31 




23 12 


32 


Bureau of Statistics 


122 29 


33 
34 


Institute for Blind, Annual Report 


113 05 
5 35 


35 
36 


Female Reformatory, Annual Report 

Eastern Hospital for Insane 


112 55 
61 69 


37 
38 


Reform School for Boys, Annual Report . . . 
State Board of Charities 


23 75 
163 02 


39 


State Board of Health 


18 57 


40 
41 


Bureau of Statistics 


185 94 
65 95 


42 


Stite Board of Charities 


30 00 


43 




64 09 


44 




2 50 


45 
46 


State Soldiers' Home Commission 

Southero Hospital for Insane 


13 35 
6 70 


47 




29 87 


48 


Institute for Blind 


5 70 


49 

50 


Female Reformatory 


5 90 
156 70 


51 
52 


State Normal School 


825 
88 60 


53 
54 
55 


Purdue University, 2lst Annual Report. . . . 
School for Feeble-Minded Youth 


18 81 
8191 
46 63 


56 




29 65 


57 


State Board of Health 


8 90 


58 
59 


Institution f >r Deal and Dumb 


5 35 
46 10 


60 




105 94 


61 




23 09 


62 
63 
64 
65 
66 


Institute for Blind 

State Prison South 

State Prison South 

Board of Regents 


13 80 

72 41 

10 70 

4 80 

2 00 


67 
68 
69 


Female Reform itory. . ..._._ 

State Live Stock Sanitary Commission .... 
Eastern Hospital for Insane 


27 60 
13 05 
4 35 



384 



INSTITUTIONAL PRmTING— Continued. 



tf-l 



Date of 
Order. 



Date 
Allowed. 



0\ What Allowed. 



Amount. 



70 
71 
72 
73 
74 
75 
76 
77 
78 
79 
80 
81 
82 
83 
81 
85 
86 
87 
88 
89 
90 
91 
92 
93 
94 
95 
96 
97 
98 
99 
100 
101 
102 
103 
104 
105 
106 
107 
108 
109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
114 
115 
116 
117 
118 
114 
120 
121 
122 
123 
124 
125 
126 
127 
128 
129 
130 
131 
132 
133 
134 
135 
136 
137 
138 
139 



Apr. 10,1896 
May 5, 1896 
Apr. 6,1896 
Apr. 22,1896 
April 29, 1896 
May 26,1896 
May 30,1896 
May 14, 1896 
June 6, 1896 
May 10,1896 
June 6,1896 
May 21, 1896 
May 25,1896 
June 4, 1896 
June 10, 1893 
May 30,1896 
June 13, 18S6 
May 20,1896 
May 15,1896 
May 22,1896 
May lfi,1896 
June 6. 1S96 
May 12,1896 
June 13, 1896 
June 10, 1896 
June 16,1896 
June 12,1896 
June 19, 1896 
June 17, 1896 
Mar. 26,1896 
June 13,1896 
July 9,1896 
July 1, 1896 
June 17,1896 
June 22,1896 
May 21, 1896 
June 19,1896 
July 1,1896 
June 25, 1896 
July 30, 1896 
July 20,1896 
Aug. 6, 1896 
July 22, 1896 
Aug. 1, 1896 
Aug. 1,1896 
July 8,1896 
July 27,1896 
Aug. 3,1896 
July 24,1896 
July 22,1896 
July 17,1896 
Aug. 1,1896 
Sept. 18, 1896 
Aug. 22, 1896 
Sept. 9, 1896 
June 19,1896 
Aug. 20, 1896 
July 31, 1896 
July 16,1896 
Sept. 9, 1896 
Sept. 4,1896 
Aug. 22, 1896 
Aug. 20,1896 
Aug. 20,1896 
Sept. 17, 1896 
fc'ept. 19, 1896 
Sept. 17, 1896 
Sept. 17, 1896 
Sept. 19, 1896 
Sept. 10, 1896 



May 

May 

May 

May 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

■June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

June 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 
July 
July 

July 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 



29, 1896 

29. 1896 

29. 1897 

29, 1896 

30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 1893 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
£0, 18"6 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
.30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
23, 1896 
23, 1896 
23, 189fi 
23, 1893 
23, 1896 
23. 1896 
23, 1896 
23, 1896 
23, 1896 
23, 1896 
23. 1893 
23, 1896 
21, 1896 
21 , 1896 
21, 1896 
21, 1S96 
21,1896 
21, 1896 
21, 1896 
21, 1896 
21,1896 
21, 1896 
21, 1896 
21, 1896 
21,189) 

5, 1893 
5, 1893 
5, 1893 
5, 1896 
5, 1896 
5, 1896 
5, 1896 
5, 1896 
5, 1396 
5,1896 
5, 1896 
5, 1896 
5, 1896 
5, 1896 
5, 1896 
5, 1896 
5, 1896 
5, 1896 



Southern Hospital for Insane . 

Central Hospital for Insane 

Purdue University 

In-titution for Deaf and Dumb 

State Soldiers' Home Commission 

Purdue Uniyersity 

Purdue Univer-ity 

Institute for Blind 

Purdue University 

Central Hospital for Insane 

Central Hospital for Insane— Annual Report . 

Eastern Hospital for Insane 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home . . . . 

State Prison South 

Indiana University 

State Board of Chirities 

State Board of Charities— Annual Report. . . 

Bureau of Statistics _ 

State Soldiers' Home Commission 

Female Reformatory 

Southern Hospital tor Insane 

Institution for Deaf and Dumb -Annual Rep. 

Purdue University 

Indiana University— Annual Catalogue. . . . 

Central Hospital for Insane 

Central Hospital for Insane 

Purdue Univefsity 

Bureau ot Statistics 

Northern Hospital for Insane 

Indiana University. . . 

Indiana University 

Bureau of Statistics , 

State Normal School . . 

Eastern Hospital for Insane 

Central Hospital for Insane 

Southern Hospital for Insane 

State Board of Health 

Female Reformatory 

Institute for Blind 

State Board of Health 

Bureau of Statistics 

Central Hospital fur Insane 

Institute tor Blind . . 

State Prison North 

State Prison South 

Board of Regents 

Eastern Hospital for Insane . ._ 

State Soldiers' Home Commission. ..... 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home . . . 

School for Feeble-Minded Youth 

Southern Hospital for Insane 

Purdue University 

Central Hospital for Insane 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home. . . . 

State Board of Health 

State Normal School. 

State Prison South 

Northern Hospital for Insane 

State Board of Charities 

Eastern Hospital for Insane 

Female Reformatory 

School for Feeble-Minded Youth 

Northf-rn Hospital for Insane 

State Board of Charities 

State Board of tlharities ... 

State Board of Charities 

Central Hospital for Insane 

Institute for Blind . . 

Institute for Blind 

Eastern Hospital for Insane 



Total printing 



14 10 


56 15 


92 70 


6 00 


15 52 


50 65 


$8,358 36 



385 



INSTITUTIONAL STATIONERY. 



Statement by Requisitions of Expenditures from Institutional 
Funds for Stationery During the Fiscal Year Ending Octo- 
ber SI, 1896. 



Date of 
Order. 



Date 
Allowed. 



On What Account. 



Amount. 



Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Nov 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Dec. 

Dec 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Nov. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Jan 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 



1895 
1895 
189) 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1895 
1895 
1896 
1896 
1895 
1895 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1895 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 



Dec. 

Dec. 

Dee. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Dec. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Jan. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Feb. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

Mar. 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

April 

May 

May 

May 

May 



1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1895 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
18J6 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 
1896 



State Board of Charities 

Northern Hospital for Insane 

Institution for Deaf and Dumb . . . . 

State Bnard of Health 

In stituie for Blind 

Female Reformatory . 

Board of Regents. 

Central Hospital for Insane 

Central Hospital for Insane 

Indiana University 

State Board of Charities 

State Board of Health 

Female Reformatory . . . . 

Central Hospital for Insane 

Eastern Hospital for Insane 

Central Hospital for Insane 

Eastern Hospital for Insane 

Bureau of Statistics 

Institute for the Blind 

Female Reformatory 

State Board of Health 

State Board of Charities 

Institution for Deaf and Dumb. . . , 

Purdue University 

Institute for Blind 

State Prison South 

Female Reformatory. 

Northern Hospital for Insane 

Northern Hospital for Insane 

Southern Hospital for Insane 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home. 

Central Hospital for Insane 

State Board of Charities 

School for Feeble-Minded Youth . . . 

Cei.tral Hospital for Insane 

Bureau of Statistics 

State Board of Health . . , 

State Board of Health 

Institute for Blind . . 

State Prison North 

Board of Regents 

Purdue University 

Northern Hospital for Insane 

Female Reformatory 

Eastern Hospital for Insane 

State Board of Charities 

Bureau ot Statistics '. . . 

Central Hospital for Insane 

State Hoard of Charities 

State Board of Health 

Institute for Blind 

State Prison South 

State Prison North 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home 

State Prison North 

Central Hospital for Infane 

State Board ot Health 

Indiana University 

Bureau of statistics 

Institute for Blind 

State Prison South 



81 70 

9 25 

60 

1 08 

1 65 

1 80 

5 47 

32 50 

60 47 

40 

1 60 
13 20 

80 
34 65 
17 20 
24 91 

2 20 
65 
55 

3 75 
8 75 

1 40 

2 56 
34 50 

90 

2 35 

3 75 

12 55 
34 75 
37 85 

2 10 
52 09 

5 54 

20 85 

55 65 
14 

3 80 

4 26 
41 

6 18 
2 03 
6 71 

70 75 
74 

21 07 

1 27 

2 29 
36 67 

1 40 

56 20 
1 55 
8 11 

13 25 

1 40 
16 57 
48 08 

2 45 
4 75 

35 

41 

27 00 



25 — Sec. State. 



386 



INSTITUTIONAL STATIONERY— Continued. 



25 



Date of 
Order. 



Date 
Allowed. 



On What Account. 



Amount. 



Mar. 

April 

April 

May 

April 

April 

Aoril 

May 

May 

Apr. 

June 

May 

Apr. 

May 

May 

May 

Juae 

June 

July 

June 

June 

July 

July 

July 

July 

June 

July 

June 

July 

Aug 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

July 

July 

Sept. 

Au?. 

July 

Sept. 

Sept. 



13, 1896 
28, 1896 
21, 1896 

6, 1898 
17, 1896 

8, 1896 
15, 18.^6 
14, 1896 

13, 1896 
20. 1896 

9, 1896 
19, 1896 
23, 1896 
20. 1896 
16, 1896 
23, 1896 
23, 1893 
12,1896 

6, 1896 
26,1896 
13, 1896 
21, 1896 
15, 1896 
28, 1896 
25, 1896 
27. 1896 
27, 1896 
18,1896 

14, 1896 
26, 189 i 
19, 1896 

8, 1896 
13, 1896 
31, 1896 
16. 1896 

9, 1896 
13, 1896 

3, 1896 
18,1896 

3, 1895 



May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

May 

Miy 

June 

June 

June 

.Tune 

June 

June 

.Tune 

June 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

July 

Au.'. 

Aug. 

Au-. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Aug. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 

Oct. 



29, 189 . 
29, 1896 
29, 1896 
29, 1896 
29, 1896 
29, 1898 

29, 1896 

30. 1895 
30. 189 i 

30, \>i% 

30. 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 1896 
30, 18^6 

30. 1895 
23, 1886 
23, 1896 
23, 1896 
23, 1896 
23, 1898 
23, 1896 
21,1896 
21,1896 
21, 1895 
21, 1893 

21. 1896 
21, 1896 
21, 1896 
21, 189i 

5, 1896 
5, 1896 
5, 1896 
5, 1896 
5, 1896 
5, 1896 
5, 1895 
5, 1896 
5, 1896 
5, 1896 
5, 1896 



Northern Hospitil for Insane . . 

Female Reformatory 

Eastern Hospital for Insane . . . 
Southern Hospital for Insane . . 
Central Hospital for Insane . . . 

Purdue University 

Institution for Deif and Dumb . 

Institute for Blind 

i^entral Hospital for Insane . . . 

State Board of Charities 

Stale Board of Charities ..... 

Board of R'g^nts 

State Board of Health 

State B lard of Health . . 
Institution for Deaf and Dumb . 
Northern Ho;pital for Insane . . 
Northern Hospital for Insane 
Central Hospital f jr Insane . . 

State Prison North 

State Board of Health 

Institution for Deaf and Dumb . 
State Board of Health 
vjentril Hospital for Insane . . . 
Institution for Deaf and Dumb . 

State Prison North 

Board of Regents 

Eastern Ho=ipital for Insane. 
School for Peeble-Minded Youth 

State Normal School 

Centrtl Hospital fir Insane . . . 

State Board of Health 

Institute for Bl*nd 

Northern Hospital for Insane 
Northern Hospital for Insane . . 
State Board of Charities . . . 
Eastern Hospital for Insane . . . 
Northern Hospital for Insane . . 
State Board of Charities .... 
Central Hospital for Insane . . . 
Purdue University 



Total stationery $1,366 86 



68 41 


1 75 


6 78 


35 95 


23 90 


28 75 


1 70 


2 48 


7 56 


7 66 


2 40 


2 36 


2 30 


2 00 


37 


18 20 


28 53 


52 72 


20 32 


1 42 


6 15 


3 60 


35 50 


50 


22 05 


1 13 


7 38 


24 28 


15 75 


6 94 


1 40 


41 


15 90 


5 00 


2 83 


6 62 


20 


1 05 


61 85 


5 90 



RECAPITULA,TION. 



Institutional printing ordered . . |8,358 36 

Institutional stationery ordered 1,366 86 

Total for fiscal year 



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390 

Statement showing amount of printing and stationery ordered 
by departments named, exclusive of annual and biennial reports^ 
Supreme and Appellate Court reports and advertising, which 
are given in separate accounts in same table, during fiscal 
years 1894-95 and 1895-96. In the annual and biennial re- 
ports is included the Acts of 1895, House and Senate Journals : 



ON WHAT ACCOUNT. 



Fiscal Year 1894-95. 



Amount. 



Total 
Amount. 



Fiscal Year 1895-96. 



Amount. J<^*^^ 
Amount. 



Auditor of State- 
Printing . . . 
Stationery . . 



Adjutant- General- 
Printing . . . 
Stationery . . . 



Attorney- General- 
Printing . . . 
Stationery . . . 



Appellate Court- 
Printing . . 
Stationery . . 



Chief Engineer State House — 

Printing , 

Stationery , 



Clerk of Supreme Court — 

Printing 

Stationery 



Custodian of Public Buildings- 
Printing 

Stationery 



Governor of State — 
Printing . . . . 
Stationery .... 



Inspector of Mines- 
Printing .... 
Stationery . . . 



Quartermaster-General- 

Printing 

Stationery 



Reporter of Supreme Court- 
Printing 

Stationery 



Secretary of State- 
Printing . . . 
Stationery . . . . 



Superintendent of Public Instruction- 
Printing 

Stationery 



State Board of Health- 
Printing 

Stationery 



State Board of Tax Commis; ioners— 

Printing 

Stationery 



State Librarian- 
Printing . 
Stationery . 



2,252 74 
173 89 



$30 00 
50 56 



$279 83 
424 22 


$216 85 
7 00 



$16 25 



$962 32 
774 66 



$2 40 



$177 30 
56 71 



$40 50 



$10 75 
5 15 


$10 75 
24 49 



$1,004 00 
272 44 



$4,449 89 
137 64 



$53 67 
13 50 



$56 02 
24 10 



$2,426 63 

83 56 

704 05 

223 85 

16 25 

1,736 98 

2 40 

234 01 

40 50 

15 90 

35 24 

1,276 44 

4,587 53 



67 17 



80 12 



1.182 07 
127 74 



$134 40 
33 67 



$291 48 
194 46 



$144 55 
41 00 


$151 92 
664 61 


$5 29 
2 87 


$131 51 
195 17 


U 80 


$4 50 
52 22 



$16 85 



$320 49 
149 31 


$1,696 60 
130 37 


$72 50 


$61 95 

$33 02 
105 74 



39] 



ON WHAT ACCOUNT. 



Fiscal Year 1894-95. 



Amount. 



Total 
Amount. 



Fiscal Ybar 1895-96. 



Amount. 



Total 
Amount. 



State Geologist- 
Printing 
Stationery . 



Treasurer of State- 
Printing ... 
Stationery . . . 



Miscellaneous— 
S. L. Harvey 
J. B. Maynard 



Reports- 
Annual and Biennial Reports 
Documentary Reports .... 



Supreme and Appellate Court Reports- 
Appellate Court Reports 

Supreme Court Reports 



House — 
Printing . 
Stationery 



Senate — 
Printing 
Stationery 



Advertising 

Total for two years 



$190 20 
119 83 



$25 00 
25 00 



$21,175 31 
1,285 48 



S',874 91 
7,800 74 



$4,582 96 
1,875 14 



$1,374 21 
1,788 28 



$503 97 



310 03 

50 00 
22,460 79 
15,675 65 
6,458 10 

6,162 49 

503 07 
$63,151 66 



824 00 



$136 GO 
35 88 



$11,876 .35 
612 59 



$6,696 60 
11.415 96 



$843 00 



24 00 



171 88 



12,488 94 



18,112 56 



843 00 
$10,835 99 



Statement Bhowing amount of all printing and stationery, 
including annual and biennial reports paid out of institutional 
funds, ordered by the various institutions named, for the fiscal 
years 1894-95 and 1895-96 : 



ON WHAT ACCOUNT. 



Fiscal Year 1894-95. 



Amount. 



Total 
Amount. 



Fiscal Year 1895-96. 



Amount. 



Total 
Amount. 



Board of Regents- 
Printing. . . 
Stationery 



Board of State Charities- 
Printing. .... 
Stationery , 



Central Hospital for Insane — 

Printing 

Stationery 



Ohickamauga Commission- 
Printing 

Stationery 



Eastern Hospital for Insane- 
Printing 

Stationery 



Female Reformatory- 
Printing 

Stationery 



$634 16 
70 56 


$351 26 
28 26 


$1,651 15 
535 59 


$!0 00 


$73S 62 
82 57 


$222 88 
125 49 



$704 72 



679 52 



2,186 74 



10 00 



821 19 



348 37 



$54 00 
10 99 


$630 78 
26 85 


$1,087 21 
532 49 




$275 04 
61 25 


$211 23 
12 59 



864 99 



K7 63 



1,619 70 



336 29 



223 8„ 



392 



ON WHAT ACCOUNT. 


Fiscal Year 1894-95. 


Fiscal Year 1895-96. 


Amount. 


Total 
Amount. 


Amount. 


Total 
Amount. 


Indiana University- 


81,022 70 
6 00 


1,028 70 
246 41 
598 52 

1,175 17 
42 06 
203 42 
304 00 
571 79 
139 07 
93 31 
641 12 
463 34 
360 69 

286 23 

684 62 

18 30 


8752 93 
5 15 










758 08 


Institute for Blind- 


8235 83 
10 58 


8294 18 
8 36 


Stationery 


302 54 


Institute for Deaf and Dumb- 


8521 27 
77 25 


8376 43 
11 88 


Stationery 






388 31 


Purdue University- 


81,175 17 


81,115 18 
75 86 


Stationery 








1,191 04 


Reform School for Boys- 
Printing 


842 06 


823 75 






23 75 


School for Feeble-Minded— 


8203 42 


8127 61 
45 13 










172 74 


Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home- 
Printing 


8304 00 


8216 00 
3 60 










219 50 


Southern Hospital for Insane- 


8428 60 
143 19 


8317 75 
73 80 








391 55 


State Board of Health- 


8112 74 
26 38 


8566 41 
100 46 


Stationery 


666 87 


State Lire Stock Commission- 


893 31 


813 05 


Stationery 








13 05 


State Normal School- 
Printing 

Stationery 


8641 12 


8559 82 
15 75 






575 5T 


State Prison North- 
Printing 


8360 42 
102 92 


8401 89 
78 37 








480 2«^ 


State Prison South- 
Printing 

Stationery 


8275 07 
85 62 


8188 19 
37 46 




225 65 


State Soldiers' Home Commission- 
Printing 




8238 50 


Stationery 










238 50 


Bureau of Statistics- 
Printing 

Stationery 


8255 11 
31 12 

8385 61 
299 01 


$720 26 
3 43 




723 69 


Northern Hospital for Insane- 
Printing 


8188 13 
263 54 


Stationery 


451 67 


Kankakee Limestone Ledge Commission- 
Printing 


818 30 




Stationery 


















Total 


811,602 50 


$9,725 22 









393 

The following recapitulation shows the total amount of bills, 
both State and institutional, presented to and allowed by the 
Board of Public Printing, Binding and Stationery, for two 
years, beginning November 1, 1894, and ending October 31, 
1896: 

RECAPITULATION OP ALL BILLS, 1894-5 AND 1895-6. 

State printing, stationery and advertising, fiscal year 

1894-5 163,151 66 

State printing, stationery and advertising, fiscal year 
1895-6 40,835 99 

Total for two years. . $103,987 65 

Institutional printing and stationery, fiscal year 1894-5 . $11,602 50 
Institutional printing and stationery, fiscal year 1895-6 . 9,725 22 

Total for two years 21,327 72 

Grand total of all bills $126,315 37 

During liscai year 1894-5 bills were approved from all sources 
amounting to $74,754.16, and during 1895-6 from all sources, 
150,561.21. 



STATE PRINTING AWARDED. 



Statement Showing Proceedings of Board of Public Printing, Bind- 
ing and Stationery in Awarding Contract for Two Years from 
November 1, 1895, to October 31, 1897. 

At a meeting of the Board of Public Printing, Binding and 
Stationery, held on the 13th day of September, 1895, the speci- 
fications and notice asking for bids on the State printing, etc., 
for two years, was approved. 

The following is the notice, which was ordered sent at once 
for publication (two insertions) to five of the leading daily 
newspapers of the State. 



394 

NOTICE. 

Bureau op Printing, Binding and Stationery, \ 
Indianapolis, September 13, 1895. J 

To Printers, Book- binders and Stationers: 

The Board of Commiseioners of Public Printing, Binding and Stationery will, 
in accordance with an act of the General Assembly, approved April 13, 1885,^ 
receive sealed proposals on the 16th day of October, 1895, between the hours of 11 
A. M. and noon of that day, for doing the public printing and binding and furnish- 
ing the stationery for the use of the State of Indiana, for a term of two years, com- 
mencing on the 1st day of November, 1895. 

At the date and hour above stated, in the office of the Secretary of State, the 
sealed proposals will be opened, and as soon thereafter as the bids can be properly 
examined and classified, the contract will be awarded to the lowest and best bidder, 
according to law, the Board, however, reserving the right to reject any or all bids 
submitted. 

The work will be divided into three classes, as specified by law, as follows: 

The first class shall comprise the laws, journals, reports of officers and public 
institutions, and all book and pamphlet work to be printed on book paper. 

The second class shall comprise all legislative bills, commissions, letter heads, 
circulars, blanks and other work usually executed on writing paper, and all arti- 
cles of stationery. 

The third class shall comprise the folding, stitching, covering and binding, 
and all work belonging to the binding business. 

Contracts shall also include in second class the printing and blocking of all 
the election tickets provided by the general election law passed by the Fifty sixth 
Session and subsequent sessions of the General Assembly of the State of Indiana, 
and the preparation of all stamps, provided by said law, for the marking of ballots. 

Parties making bids will be required to accompany their sealed proposals with 
samples and description of paper and material named in said proposals, giving the 
name and weight of same, or otherwise designated means for making comparisons 
and estimating values. The contractor will be required to give bond in the sum 
of $25,000, with approved security, for the faithful performance of all work which 
may be awarded to him, in accordance with the specifications hereinafter named, 
and that in every instance the paper and material furnished shall be in color and 
quality the same as sample furnished, and such bond shall be filed with such bid. 

The contractor shall maintain an office in the city of Itdianapolis for the 
transaction of all business under said contract, and all work under said contract 
shall be performed within the State of Indiana. 

Any bidder who shall be awarded said contract shall not assign or sub-let the 
same, or any portion thereof, without the written consent of the Board of Public 
Printing. 

The contract will be let as a whole to the lowest and best bidder in the aggre- 
gate, no division of clasfes being allowed. 

The basis furnished is solely for the information of bidders, and to secure 
uniformity of bids, but in awarding the contract the Board reserves the right to 
estimate the bids on the basis of calculation set out in the specifications. All in- 
ormation can be ascertained by application to Thos. J. Carter, Clerk of the Bureau 
of Public Printing, Binding and Stationery, at the office of the Secretary of State. 
Mr. Carter will also furnish, on application, specifications and full particulars re- 
garding the work, and the contract must be to do the work according to specifica- 
tions furnished. 



395 

SUPREME AND APPELLATE COURT REPORTS. 

The Board of Commissioners of the Bureau of Public Printing will receive 
separate bids for the printing and binding of the Supreme and Appellate Court 
Reports. 

The contractor shall maintain an office in the city of Indianapolis for the 
transaction of all business under said contract, and all work under said contract 
shall be performed within the State of Indiana. 

Any bidder who shall be awarded the contract shall not assign or sub-let the 
same, or any portion thereof, to any other party, without the written consent of 
the Board of Public Printing of Indiana. 

All work executed must be done in accordance with the law authorizing the 
publication of the Supreme and Appellate Court Reports by the State of Indiana. 

The contractor will be required to give bond in the sum of $10,000, with ap- 
proved security, for the faithful performance of printing and binding the Supreme 
and Appellate Court Reports. 

All proposals must be in writing, securely sealed and marked " Printing Bids," 
and addressed to W. D. Owen, Secretary of State. 

CLAUDE MATTHEWS, 
W. D. OWEN, Secretary of Stale. Oovernor of Indiana. 

On the 16th day of October, in response to the above notice, 
eight bids were received, and at the hour of 12 o'clock noon, 
in the presence of all the bidders, the bids were opened and the 
total of each announced by the President of the Board, Gov- 
ernor Claude Matthews. 

After carefully going over each bid, item by item, it was de- 
cided not to follow the custom of former Boards in letting the 
contract to the lowest bidder on the face of the bid, but to 
ascertain which of the several bids would be the best for the 
State. 

On the following day, October 17, the Board met and ordered 
that the Clerk of the Board ascertain, as near as possible, from 
the records of bills, what had been ordered during the preced- 
ing two years of articles mentioned in the contract, and to 
figure the bids submitted on that basis, it being presumed that 
during the two years of the contract under consideration about 
the same amount of supplies for the State would be ordered. 

After devoting more than three weeks ascertaining what had 
been ordered during the preceding two years and extending 
footings on that basis, on the 11th day of November, having 
completed the work as ordered by the Board, the basis and 
footings were accepted by the Board as correct and the con- 
tracts awarded in accordance with these figures. 

The following is a recapitulation of the bids, as submitted by 
bidders, and footings as extended by the Board on basis of 
what had been used the preceding two years : 



396 

Bidders' Board's 

Footings. Footings, 
Sentinel Printing Co.— 

First class $6,275 00 $24,691 10 

Second class 3,880 15 36,307 73 

Third class 3,658 55 17,685 28 

$13,813 70 $78,684 11 

Supreme and Appellate Court Eeports 3,235 50 14,351 13J 

Wm. B. Bubfobd— 

First class $7,467 50 $29,490 00 

Second class 3,296 30 20,688 60 

Third class 3,22i 51 8,349 20 

$13,989 31 $58,533 80 

Supreme and Appellate Court Reports 4,177 50 13,520 43| 

Baker-Randolph Lithograph and Engraving Co. — 

First class $8,358 00 $32,539 80 

Second class 3,633 35 20,506 71J 

Third class 3,931 87 8,458 20 

$15,923 22 $61,504 71J 

Supreme and Appellate Court Reports 4,790 00 13,894 72J 

Baker & Thornton — 

First class $7,550 50 $29,848 75 

Second class 3,143 80 23,986 91 

Third class 3,965 66 10,401 10 

$14,659 86 $64,236 76 

Supreme and Appellate Court Reports 3,406 25 15,801 72f 

Levey Bros. & Co. — 

First class $8,205 00 $32,235 50 

Second class 4,066 20 23,324 50 

Third class 4,937 80 12,295 10 

$17,209 00 $67,855 10 

Supreme and Appellate Court Reports 4,135 00 13,475 15 

Journal Job Printing Co. — 

First class $8,475 50 $33,458 40 

Second class 4,339 64 25.339 93 

Third class 5,082 65 13,424 94 

$17,897 79 $72,223 27 
Journal Job Priuting Co. presented no bid on Supreme and Appellate Court Reports. 

Wilson & Humphreys (Logansport, Ind.) — 

Supreme and Appellate Court Reports $4,321 15 $13,951 76 J 

No bid on general State printing, etc. 

CABLON & HOLLENBECK — 

Supreme and Appellate Court Reports $5,060 00 $14,978 66 

No bid on general State printing, etc. 



397 

Wm. B. Burford being the lowest and best bidder on general 
printing, binding and stationery, and Levey Bros. & Co. the 
lowest and best bidders on Supreme and Appellate Court Re- 
ports, were awarded the contracts, to date from the 12th day 
of November, 1895, and continue in force until the 31st day of 
October, 1897. 

The bids submitted show some remarkable figures when 
prices were extended on the basis of what had actually been 
ordered during the previous two years. 

The lowest bid, as submitted by bidder, for general printing, 
binding and stationery, was $13,818.70, and the next lowest 
was $13,989.31, that of Wm. B. Burford; there being a differ- 
ence of only $175.60. Yet figured on the basis of what had 
actually been ordered, Mr. Burford was $iO,150 81 lower than 
the lowest bid as submitted, and $2,970.90 lower than any other 
bid, all figured on the same basis. 

The lowest bid, as submitted by bidder, for the printing and? 
binding of Supreme and Appellate Court Reports, was $3,4C6.25v 
and the bid of Levey Bros. & Co., the firm receiving the con- 
tract for this work, was $4,135, there being a difference of 
$628.75. Yet figured on the basis of the actual number of 
reports ordered the previous two years (deducting the decrease 
in number of copies of each volume in accordance with appro- 
priation act of 1895), Levey Bros. & Co. was $875.18 lower than 
the lowest bid as submitted, and $42.50 lower than any other 
bid, all figured on the same basis. 

The basis of articles bid on in the present contracts do not 
differ materially from the basis upon which bids were received 
under the contracts of 1893-95, awarded by a former Board. 
The successful bid under the contract of 189 i-95, for general 
printing, etc., was $24,422 33, and $5,625 for Supreme and 
Appellate Court Reports. The successful bids of the present 
contracts, on practically the same basis, were $13,989.31 for 
general printing, etc., and $1,135 for Supreme and Appellate 
Court Reports — a difference in favor of the present contracts of 
about $10,000 on general printing, binding and stationery, and 
about $490 on Supreme and Appellate Court Reports. 

On the presumption that during the two years of the present 
contracts there will be the same amount of general printing, 
binding and stationery and Supreme and Appellate Court Re- 
ports ordered as was ordered during the tvvt) years of the 



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formar coatracta, the Board has made a saving for the State of 
$21,000 in awarding the contracts as it did on the basis of what 
had been ordered the previous two years, instead of awarding 
the contracts to the lowest on the face of the bids, as had been 
the former custom. 

Figuring the prices in the contracts of 1893-95 on the same 
basis the present contracts were awarded, there is a saving 
over the former of about $26,000 for general printing, binding 
and stationery, and about $4,000 for Supreme and Appellate 
Court Reports, making a total saving of about $30,000. 

CONTRACTS AND BONDS. 



The following contracts were entered into by the State of 
Indiana, through the Board of Public Printing, Binding and 
Stationery, and Wm. B. Burford, the successful bidder for the 
general printing, binding and stationery, and Levey Bros. & 
Co., successful bidders for Supreme and Appellate Court 
Reports. 

CONTRACT AND BOND OF WM. B. BURFORD. 

This Agreement, Made and entered into this lUh day of November, 1896, 
between the State of Indiana, by the Hon. Claude Matthews, Governor; Hon. Wm- 
D. Owen, Secretary of State; and the Hon. A. C. Daily, Auditor of State, these 
being the Board of Commissioners of the Bureau of Public Printing, Binding and 
Stationery, of the first part, and Wm. B. Burford, of Indianapolis, Indiana, of 
the second part: 

WITNESSETH, That the said party of the first part, after a full examination and 
comparison of bids made by the party of the second part, and other like re- 
sponsible bidders, to do the printing, binding, lithographing and furnishing the 
stationery for the State offices, and the Public Institutions of the State, and for 
legislative purposes, for two (2) years, from the 12th day of November, 1893, 
according to the specifications hereto attached and made a part of this contract, 
has found the proposition of said party of the second part, to do the printing, 
binding, lithographing and furnishing the stationery, as specified in said specifica- 
tions, to be, in the aggregate, lower than that of any of the said other bidder=i, and 
does now annex the same to this agreement and accept the same. 

The said parly of the second pari therefore agrees to promptly and faithfully pro- 
vide the material and execute the work in the annexed proposal, and furnish the sta- 
tionery for the lime mentioned therein, at the prices therein above named, speedily 
and without unnecessary delay, and all of said materi il and work shall be subject lo 
the inspection of the clerk in charge of the Bureau of Public Printing, Binding 
and Stationery, in said annexed proposal for the time mentioned therein, at the 
prices therein above named, speedily and without unnecessary delay. 



399 

^ It is also agreed by the party of the second part that said party of the first 
part can order such printing, binding, lithographing and stationery at such times 
and in such quantities as may, in their judgment, be required by the State office?, 
public institutions and for legislative purposes; and any and all articles that may 
be required or work to be performed, not embraced by the lists, specifications and 
schedule, hereto attached, shall not be done or performed unhss first ordered by 
the Board, and the price therefor first ascertained and agreed upon by the parties 
hereto. 

The said party of the first part, in consideration of the faithful execution of 
the foregoing stipulations by the said party of the second part, and the rendering 
of full and detailed bills for work done and material and articles furnished, when 
completed and delivered, agree that they will cause the amount thereof to be au- 
dited and paid out of the Treasury of the State of Indiana, in the manner pro- 
vided by law; and that they will not audit any bills for purchases of blank bookf^ 
printing, binding, lithographing or stationery made by any other person or persona 
other than the said contractor ; and should the party of the second part neglect or 
refuse to carry out any of the provisions of this contract, the party of the first part 
shall have the privilege, in connection with their other rights, immediately ta 
cancel their contract. 

In Witness Whereof, The said party of the first part has caused this instru- 
ment to be signfd by the Board of Commissioners of Public Printing, Binding and; 
Stationery, and the said party of the second part have hereto set their hands and 
seals this 20th dayot October, 1893. 

CLA.UDE MATTHEWS, Governor, 
WM. D. OWEN, Secretary of State, 
A. C. DAILY, Auditor of State, 

Bureau of Public Printing, 

WM. B. BUEFORD, 

Contractor. 

Approved by order of the Board of Commissioners of the Bureau of Public 
Printing, Binding and Stationery, this 11th day of November, 1895. 

THOS. J. CARTER, 
Clerk. 

The undersigned, William B. Burford, Charles Mayer, Wesley B. Burford, 
John T. Burford, do hereby acknowledge themselves bound and indebted to the 
State of Indiana in the penat sum of twenty-five thousand dollars. 

Witness our hands and seals this 16th day of October, 1895. 

The condition of the above undertaking is as follows : 

Whereas, On the 16th day of October, 1895 a certain contract was made and 
entered into between the State of Indiana, by its Board of Commissionf rs of Public 
Prioting, Binding and Stationery, party of the first part, and said William B. 
Burford, party of the second part, respecting the public printing, binding, litho- 
graphing and furnishinsj stationery f(ir the State of Indiana for the period of two 
years, beginning the l2ih day of November, 1895, refertnce to which within con- 
tracts is hereby made, the same being made a part of this instrument. 



400 

Now, if the said William B. Burford shall duly perform the terms of eaid 
contract in the manner and form specified therein, then the obligation of this in- 
strument shall be null and void ; otherwise in full force and effect. 

WM. B. BURFOKD, 
CHAS. MAYER, 
WESLEY B. BURFORD, 
JOHN T. BURFORD. 
State of Indiana, "1 gg. 
Marion County. / 

Before me, a notary public in and for said county, personally appeared Wil- 
liam B. Burford, Charles Mayer, John T. Burford and Wesley B. Burford, and 
acknowledged the execution of the above bond. 

Witness my hand and notarial seal, this 16th day of October, A. D., 1895. 

CHARLES E. BRIGHAM, 
[seal.] Notary Public. 

The within bond approved by order of the Board of Commissioners of the 
Bureau of Public Printing, etc., November 11, 1895. 

THOS. J. CARTER, 

Clerk. 

CONTRACT AND BOND OF LEVEY BROS. & CO. 

This Agreement, Made and entered into this 11th day of November, 1895, 
between the State of Indiana, by the Hon. Claude Matthews, Governor; Hon. Wm. 
D. Owens, Secretary of State; and the Hon. A. C. Daily, Auditor of State, these 
being the Board of Commiesionera of the Bureau of Public Printing, Binding and 
Stationery, of the first part, and Levey Bros. & Co., of Indianapolis, Indiana, of 
the second part : 

WITNESSETH, That the said party of the first part, after a full examination 
and comparison of bids made by the party of the second part, and other like re- 
sponsible bidders, to do the printing of the Supreme and Appellate Court Reportp, 
in accordance with the law authorizing the publication of the same by the Stale of 
Indiana, for two (2) years, from the 12th day of November, 1895, according to the 
specifications hereto attached and made a part of this contract, has found the 
proposition of said party of the second part, to do the printing, binding, litho- 
graphing and furnishing the stationery, as specified in said specifications, to be, in 
the aggregate, lower than that of any of the said other bidders, and does now 
annex the same to this agreement and accept the same. 

The said party of the second part therefore agrees to promptly and faithfully 
provide the material and execute the work in the annexed proposal, and furnish 
the stationery for the time mentioned therein at the prices therein above named, 
speedily and without unnecessary delay, and all of said material and work shall be 
subject to the inspection of the clerk in charge of the Bureau of Public Printing, 
Binding and Stationery, in said annexed proposal for the time mentioned therein, 
at the prices therein above named, speedily and without unnecessary delay. 

It is also agreed by the party of the second part that said party of the first 
part can order such printing, binding, lithographing and stationery at such times 
and in such quantities as may, in their judgment, be required by the State ofBceS) 
public institutions and for legislative purposes; and any and all articles that may 
be required or work to be performed, not embraced by the lists, specifications and 
schedule, hereto attached, shall not be done or performed unless first ordered by 
the Board, and the price therefor first ascertained and agreed upon by the parties 
hereto. 



401 

The said party of the first part, in consideration of the faithful execution of 
the foregoing stipulations by the said party of the second part, and the rendering 
of full and detailed bills, for work done and material and articles furnished, when 
■completed and delivered, agree that they will cause the amount thereof to be 
audited and paid out of the Treasury of the State of Indiana, in the manner pro- 
vided by law; and that they will not audit any bills for purchases of blank books, 
printing, binding, lithographing or stationery made by any other person or per- 
sons other than the said contractor ; and should the party of the second part 
neglect or refuse to carry out any of the provisions of this contract, the party of 
the first part shall have the privilege, in connection with their other rights, imme- 
diately to cancel their contract. 

In Witness Whereof, The said party of the first part has caused this instru- 
ment to be signed by the Board of Commissioners of Public Printing, Binding and 
Stationery, and the said party of the second part have hereto set their hands and 
seals this 11th day of November, 1895. 

CLAUDE MATTHEWS, Governor, 
WM. D. OWEN, Secretary of State, 
A. C. DAILY, Auditor of State, 

Bureau of Public Printing. 
LEVEY BROS. & CO., 

Contractors, 
By A. M. GLOSSBENNER, 

Secretary. 

Approved by order of the Board of Commissioners of the Bureau of Public 
Printing, Binding and Stationery, this 11th day of November, 1895. 

THOS. J. CARTER, 

Qerk. 

The undersigned, Louis H. Levey, doing business under the firm name and 
etyle of Levey Bros. & Co., and the Union Trust Company of Indianapolis, 
Indiana, do hereby acknowledge themselves bound and indebted to the State of 
Indiana in the penal sum of ten thousand dollars. 

Witness our hands and seals this 16th day of October, 1895. 
The condition of the above undertaking is as follows : 

Whereas, On the 16th day of October, 1895, a certain contract was made 
and entered into between the State of Indiana, by its Board of Commissioners of 
Public Printing, Binding and Stationery, party of the first part, and said Louis 
H. Levy, doing business under the firm name of Levey Bros. & Co., party of the 
second part, respecting the public printing and binding of the Supreme and 
Appellate Court Reports for the State of Indiana for the period of two years, be- 
ginning the 12th day of November, 1895, reference to which within contracts is 
hereby made, the same being made a part of this instrument. 

Now, if the said Louis H. Levey, doing business under the firm name of Levey 
Bros. & Co., shall perform the terms of said contract in the manner and form spec- 
ified therein, then the obligation of this instrument shall be null and void; other- 
wise in full force and effect. 

LEVEY BROS. & CO., 

Per. Louis H. Levey. 
THE UNION TRUST COMPANY, 
Of Indianapolis, Indiana, 

B/ John H. Hollidav, 

President. 
26 — Sec. State. 



402 

State of Indiana, "» . 
Marion County, j 

Before me, a notary public in and for said county, personally appeared 
William B. Burford, Charles Mayer, John T. Burford and Wesley B. Burford, and 
acknowledged the execution of the above bond. 

Witness my hand and notarial seal, this 16th day of October, A. D. 1895. 

EOBEET H. KEITH, 

[seal.] Naiary Public. 

The within bond approved by order of the Board of Commissioners of the 
Bureau of Public Printing, etc., November 11th, 1895. 

THOS. J. CAKTER, 

Clerk. 

The following is a copy of approximate estimate of sup- 
plies and specifications submitted to bidders in asking for bids 
for the current two years, including basis on which bids were 
received, and price lists of successful bidders : 

ESTIMATED SUPPLIES. 

BuKEAu OF Public Printing, Binding and Stationer's, ■) 

Indianapolis, September 13, 1895. j 

To the Board of Commissioners of the Bureau of Public Printing, Binding and Sta- 
tionery: 

Gentlemen — I herewith submit a statement showing, approximately, the 
principal transactiors of the State with the contractor of Public Printing, Bind- 
ing and Stationery from November 1, 1893, to July 31, 1895. 

During the period indicated there were published 205,724 copies of acts, reports 
etc., bound as follows: 

Copies bound in cloth 36,050 

Copies bound in pamphlet 156,674 

Copies bound in sheep 2,400 

Copies bound in boards 1(',500 

Other binding, including newspapers, enrolled acts. Auditor's settlement 

sheets and mipcellaneous volumes 48 copies 

Type set amounted to 36,046,031 ems, as follows: 

Plain matter, 15,325,699 ems; rule and figure, 20,720,332 ems. 

The amount of book paper required amounted to 2,750 reams. 

The amount of cover paper required amounted to 28 reams. 

Prens-work required amounted to 12,788 tokens of 240 impressions. 

There were purchased 225 reams of letter and note heads, printfd, lithographed 
and embossed; also 331,697 envelope^, plain, printed, lithographed and rmbossed. 

There were purchased 485,225 blanks, both printed and ruled and printed, ex- 
clusive of lithographed blanks. The number of blank books purchased was 9 9 
both plain and printed. 

Amount of stationery supplied : 256 gross rubber bands, 156gros8steel pens, 130 
quarts ink, 40 inkstand^, all sizes; 415 dozen lead pencils, 1,263 scratch books, all 
size**; 128 boxes paper fasteners, 51 quarts mucilage, 1,251 sheets hlotting paper, 15,500 
seals, all kinds; 1,098 mailing tubes, 55 filing boxes, all sizes; 181 erasers, 216 pen- 
holders, 16 reams of glazed hardware paper, 16 reams manilla wrapping paper. 



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TRANSACTIONS WITH GENERAL ASSEMBLY. 

There were printed for the General Assembly thirty calendars, making a total 
of 8,800 copies, the composition and paper for which is included in the above 
estimate. 

There were purchased 87 reams of letter and note heads and 53,248 envelop ;s. 

There were purchased for the General Assembly 193,780 blanks of all kinds; 
blank books, 50. 

STATIONERY. 

271 dozen lead pencils, 170 gross pens, 227 inkstands, all sizes; 1,464 pen- 
holders, 180 erasers, 70 quarts of ink, 148 boxes of paper fasteners, 1,212 sheets of 
blotting paper, 266 gross rubber bands, all sizes; 23 quarts mucilage, 1,302 scratch 
tabs, all sizes; 95 waste baskets, 9 reams wrapping paper. 



Recapitulation totals are as follows: 

Type set, 36,046,031 ems. Book paper, 2,750 reams. Cover paper, 28 reams. 
Press work, 12,788 tokens. Envelopes, 384,945. Letter heads, 281 reams. Blanks, 
679,005. Blank books, 1,009. Rubber bands, 522 gross. Pens, 326 gross. Ink, 
200 quarts. Pencils, 686 dozen. Scratch books, 2,565. Paper fasteners, 276 boxes. 
Mucilage, 74 quarts. Seals, 15,500. Mailing tubes, 1,098. Paper filing boxes, 55. 
Penholders, 1,680. Waste baskets, 95. Paper weights, 53. Wrapping paper, 41 
reams. Inkstands, 267. Whole sheets blotting paper, 2,463. Erasers, 361. 

These figures will, I believe, enable those who bid for the Stat« printing, 
binding and stationary to obtain a fair idea of what will be needed during the 
coming two years. It should also be remembered that under the existing law the 
Educational, Penal and Benevolent Institutions of the Stale will procure their 
printing, binding and stationery through the contractor for the State work proper- 
There will be printed annually 60,000 copies of reports, etc., and biennially 
62,800 copies of reports, as follows : 

ANNUALLY. 

Treasurer of State 2,000 

State Board of Tax Commissioners 2,000 

Board of Health 3,000 

Catalogue State Normal School 5,000 

Catalogue State University 5,000 

Catalogue Purdue University 5,000 

Auduor of Slate. , 2,000 

State Board of Agriculture 5,000 

Hospitals for Insane 6,000 

Institute for the Blind 2,000 

Institute for the Deaf and Dumb 2,000 

Reform School for Boys 2,000 

Reformatory for Women and Girls. 2,000 

School for Feeble-Minded Children 2,000 

Soldiers' Orphans' Home 2,000 

Documentary Journals 1,000 

Supreme and Appellate Court Reports 12,^00 

Total 60,000 



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BIENNIALLY. 

Senate Journals 1,600 

House Joarnals 1,600 

Secretary of State 2,100 

Attorney -General 2,0C(> 

State Librarian 40O 

Slate Geologist 5,000 

Bureau of Statistics 5,000 

State Prison South 2,000 

State Prison North 2,000 

Horticultural Society 500 

State University 2,000 

Superintendent of Public Instruction 10,000 

State Normal 2,000 

Purdue University 2,000 

Mine Inspector 2,000 

State Supervisor of Oils ■ • - -. 2,000 

Adjutant - General 600 

Commutations and Pardons 1,000 

Acts of the Legislature 10,000 

School Laws, estimated 6,0CO 

Governor's Message 2,000 

Eeport of the Fish CommisBioner 1,000 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Monument Commission 1,00^ 

Total , 63,800 

Respectfully submitted, 

THOS. J. CARTER, 

Clerk Bureau Public Printing, etc. 

SPECIFICATIONS 

For printing and binding the reports of the officers of State, public institutions 
and Documentary Journals for the years 1896 and 1897; the Acts of the General 
Assembly of the State of Imiiana for the year 1897; the Senate and House Journals 
for the session of 18w7, and furnishing all stationery, blanks, etc., that may be 
needed by the different departments of the public service and the General Assem- 
bly, and which are paid for out of the treasury of the State, for two (2) years from 
the fir-t day of November, 1895. 

The work to be done as above will be divided into three classes, as follows: 

FIKST CLASS. 

All the paper used in printing the reports, acts, journals, and all classes of 
pamphlet or book printing that may be lequired for the use of the State, shall be 
a clear white, sized and super-calendered. No. 1 book paper of the weiglit to the 
ream specified in the contract, and the contract shall be per pound for the amount 
used, no allowance being made for waste, handling, wetting, freight or otherwise. 

The compoHition to be bid for by the 1,000 ems, actual measure in the book, 
no blank pages or other unrtal charge to be allowed, divided into two claspes, as 



405 

follows: Plain matter, and rule and figure work. Rule and figure work shall 
consist of three or more justifications of words or figures with rules, or four or more 
justifications of words or figures without rules (except institutional vouchers which 
shall be measured as plain matter) to be measured as plain matter, one measure, in 
accordance with sizes of type used. All composition not clapsified as rule and 
figure work shall be measured as plain matter, one measure, as bid on per 1,000 
ems, plain matter, in accordance with the sizes of type used. 

The press work to be bid on by the 100 impressionp, 16 pages to form. All 
forms of a less number of impressions to be paid for as a full 100. 

This class also includes the printing of the laws, journals, reports of oflScerg 
and public institutions, legislative calendars, and all book and pamphlet work, to 
be printed on book or pamphlet paper. 

SECOND CLASS. 

This class consistsof books of record (plain or printed) that may be required for 
use in the various departments of the State educational, penal and benevolent insti. 
tutions, and the bid to be made by the quire for extra full-bound or half bound 
books, and the weight and size of paper specified ; binding written records for the 
Clerk of the Supreme Court, enrolled House and Senate Journals and enrolled acts 
of the Legislature, Auditor's settlement sheets, railroad returns, etc. 

Printing legislative bills, commissions, circulars, blanks and other work usu- 
ally executed on writing or flat paper, to be bid for the first 100 copies, and for each 
additional 100 copies; letter paper, note paper, legal cap, flat cap, type-writing 
paper, etc., to be bid for per ream, giving weight and name; printed letter and 
note heads, per thousand ; embossed letter and note heads to be by the ream (480); 
envelopes, plain or printed, per thousand ; pens, pen holders, pencils, rubber bands, 
inks, mucilage, rules, etc., and all other articles not enumerated and classfied as 
stationery. 

In this class will be included lithograph letter and note heads, to be bid for by 
the thou-and; envelopes, commist;ions, maps, and all other lithographing that may 
be required for use of the business of the State departments and institutions'. Type 
work and engraving used in connection with lithographing must be included in 
the original bid for lithographing. 

THIRD CLASS. 

All books bound in leather, cloth or paste-board, shall be bid for by the single 
copy. All pamphlets, etc., with paper covers, shall be bid for by the one hundrtd 
(lOU) signatures. The binding to include all handling, assorting, folding, stitch- 
ing, trimming and covering, and to be counted by the number of copies actually 
delivered. 

LEGISLATIVE WORK. 

No extra charge for composition or other work, including the calendars for 
the General Aspembly, will be allowed. 

All requisitions for altera t'ons and corrections on calendars or other work 
must be accompanied by an aflBdavit from the contrattor or his agent, c»rtif}ing 
that Buch charge is for changes from original work and is just and proper. 



406 

All supplies for the General Assembly must first pass the ioBpection of the 
Clerk of the Bureau of Public Printing, etc., before the same is delivered to the 
Senate or House and by him certified as proper and correct. All orders for sup- 
plies for the General Assembly must first be made upon the Board or their Clerk 
of the Printing Bureau, and by him certified as correct to the contractor. 



The printed copies of the session laws of the General Assembly required by 
law must be delivered to the Secretary of State within forty days from the date 
on which last copy shall be furnished the contractor by the Secretary of State. 

The contractor shall also deliver to the State Librarian for distribution the 
printed copies required by law of the journals of the Home and Senate, within 
ninety days from the date on which the last copy shall be furnished him by the 
proper officers. 

The contractor shall maintain an office in the city of Indianapolis for the 
execution of all work under said contract, and all work under said contract shall 
be performed within the State of Indiana. 

Any bidder who shall be awarded the contract shall not assign or sub-let the 
same, or any portion thereof, to any other party, without the written consent of 
the Board of Public Printing. 

The type used in printing the reports, acts, journals, and all classes of pam- 
phlet or book printing shall be modern face, and make a clear, neat appearance, and 
the spacing between words, etc., shall be the same as is done on all first-class book 
work. 

In making up type pages only such spacing as is necessary to make neat ap- 
pearance of page will be allowed ; and under no circumstances will contractor be 
allowed to use wide spacing in order to increase the number of pages. 

In spacing between the lines in all book composition, only six-to-pica leads 
will be allowed. 

In the printing of blanks and making of blank books the contractor shall con- 
form to the sizes of piper mentioned in the specifications wherever it is possible. 

In all classes of work the contractor shall, in making out requisition, give 
size, name and quality of paper used, and full name and number of article of 
stationery ordered. 

The contractor must at all limes be able to furnish the exact quality of sup- 
plies named in this contract, and if by mutual agreement any different kind is 
substituted, the quality and price shall not exceed that named for similar article 
or articles in this contract. 

Whenever contractor makes out requisition for the department ordering any 
article, before said requisition is signed by party so ordering, the contractor shall 
draw a red line from the upper left-hand corner of said requisition, just below the 
article or articles ordered, to the lower right-hand corner, just above the printed 
or written matter. 

All work is to be done speedily, without unnecessary delay, in a good work- 
manlike manner, and in accordance with specimen copies to be seen at the oflfice 
of the Secretary of State. 

A proof of each form shall be furnished in all cases for final revision and cor- 
rection without extra charge. 



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All charges of time for changes from original copy, after type is set, shall be 
certified to as having been ordered by the officer making such changes, and must 
also be accompanied by an affidavit from the contractor, or his agent, certifying 
that such charge is just and proper. 

The contract will be let as a whole to the lowest and best bidder in the aggre- 
gate, no division of classes being allowed. 

The basis furnished is solely for the information of bidders and to fecure uni- 
formity, but in awarding the contract the Board reserves the right to estimate the 
bids on the basis of calculation set out in the specifications. 

All bids shall be for the best articles, in each department, now in general use. 

The Board also reserves the right to reject any and all bids. 

The Board also reserves the right to reduce or increase the number of copies 
of all publications. 

Bidders must fill all blanks and make extensions of prices and place the totals 
at the bottom of each of the classes bid on. 



408 



SUMMARY— PRICE LIST. 



FIRST CLASS. 






Bids for First Class. 



Basis of 
Calcula- 
tion. 



Amount. 



Book paper, strictly No. 1, size 25x38, clear white, sized and super- 
calendered, 45, 50, 55, 60, 65 and 80 lbs. to ream, per pound, sam- 
ples furnished lbs. 

Book paper, strictly No. 1, tinted, size 25x38, sized and super- 
calendered, 60 and 80 lbs. to ream, per pound, samples fur- 
nished lbs. 

Cover paper, good quality, 35 lbs. to ream, per pound, sample 
furnished lbs. 

Cover paper, antique, good quality. 60 lbs. to ream, per pound .lbs. 

Composition, plain matter, per 1,000 ems ems. 

Composition, rule and figure work, one measure (net), per 1,000 
ems ems. 

Press-work, per 100 impressions, 16 pages to form . . . hundreds. 



40,000 



5,000 

600 

1,000 

5,000,000 

6,000,000 
12,' CO 



«0 04/^ 



02 
05 
36 

40 

08 



Samples must be furnished of each article in the bid, proparly labeled as to 
quality and weight, or the same will not be considered by the Board. 

SECOND CLASS. 

This class will include the printing of all blanks, the manufacture of all blank 
books, the furnishing of all papers, pens, pencils, inks, and all description of sta- 
tionery and lithographic work, and to be classified as follows : 

BLANKS, PRINTED. 

This class will include the printing of all blanks and the manufacturing of all 
blank books, classified as follows : 



»^a 



Bids for Second Class. 



Basis of 
Calcula- 
tion. 



Amount. 



BLANKS, PRINTED. 

Samphi of Paver to he Furnished bu Bidder, Properly Labeled as to 
Quality. Weiffht and Name of Paper. 

Cap ^aper, IG-tb., whole sheets, first 100 copies 

Each additional 100 copies 

Cap paper, Itj-lb., one-hall sheets, first 100 copies 

Each additional 100 copiBS 

Cap paper, 16-lb., one-third sheets, first 100 copies 

h)ach additional 100 copies 

Cap pii per, 16-lb., one-fourth sheets, first ICO copies 

Each ad'litional 100 copies . . 

Oemy ptptr, ^8-lb., whole sheets, first 100 copies 

Bach additional 100 copies ' ' . 

Demy paper, 28-1 b., one-half sheets, first 100 copies 

Each additional 100 copies 

Demy p:i per, 28 lb , one^fourth sheets, first 100 copies 

Each additioniil 100 copies 

Folio paper, 21-lb., whole sheets, first 100 copies 

Each additional 100 copies 



500 


$2 75 


1,000 


75 


fiOO 


1 75 


1,000 


60 


500 


40 


1,0110 


15 


500 


25 


1,000 


05 


500 


25 


1,000 


15 


500 


95 


1,000 


75 


i»(l0 


60 


i.onn 


30 


500 


25 


1,000 


15 



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Bids for Second Class— Continued. 



Basis of 
Calcula- 
tion. 



Amount. 



Folio, 24-lb., one-half sheets, first 100 copies 

Each additional 100 copies . . ■ ■ 

Folio, 24-lb., one-fourth sheets, first 100 copies 

Bnch additional 100 copies 

Folio, 24-lb., one-eighth sheets, first 100 copies 

Each additional 100 copies 

BLANKS, RULED AND PRINTBD. 

Samples of Paper to be Furnithed bu Bidder, Properly Labeled as 
to Qualitg, Weight and Name oj Paper. 

Cap paper, 16-lb., whole sheets, first 100 c«pies 

Each additional 100 copies 

Cap paper, 16-lb., one-half sheets, first 100 copies 

Each additional lOU copies 

Cap paper, 16-lb., one-fourth sheets, first 100 copies 

Each additional 100 copies ... .... 

Cap paper, 16-lb., one-eighth sheets, first 100 copies 

Each additional 100 copies 

Demy paper, 28-Ib., whole sheets, first 100 copies 

Each additional 100 copies 

Demy paper, 2!i-lb., one-half sheets, first 100 copies 

Each additional 100 copies 

Demy paper, 28-lb., one-fourth sheets, first 100 copies 

Each additional 100 copies 

Folio paper, 24-lb., whole sheets, first 100 copies 

Each additional 100 copies 

Folio paper, 24-lb., one-half sheets, first 100 copies 

Each additional 100 copies 

Folio paper, 24-lb., one-fourth sheets, first 100 copies 

Each additional lUO copies 

Folio paper, 24-lb., one eighth sheets, first 100 copies 

Each additional 100 copies 

Double demy paper, 56-lb., first 100 copies 

Each additional 100 copies 

Double medium paper, 80-lb., first 100 copies 

Each additional 100 copies . . 

All printed blanks shall be delivered not later than six days 
from the date of receiving the order and copy for the same. 

BLANK BOOKS, PLAIN. 

Samples of Paper to Be Furnished by Bidder, Properly Labeled as to 
Quality, Weight and Name. 

Cap paper, 18-lb., half bound, per quire 

Cap paper, 18-lb., extra full bound, per quire 

Demy paper, 28-lb., extra full bound, per quire 

Medium paper, 40-lb., extra full bound, per quire 

Patent binding, flat-opening, double hinge, best in use, per book 
Canvas coverings, all sizes of books, per book 

BLANK BOOKS, PRINTED. 

Samples of Paper to Be Furnished by Bidder, Properly Labeled as to 
Quality, Weight and Name. 

Cap paper, 18-lb., half bound, per quire 

Cap paper, 18-lb., extra full bound, per quire 

Demy paper, 28-lb., extra full bound, per quire 

Medium paper, 40-lb., extra full bound, per quire • • 

Double cap, 40-lb., extra full bound, per quire 

Court calendars, 1,300 copies, in pamphlet binding, to include 

blank ruled inter-leaves, per printed page 

Patent binding, flat-opening, double hinge, best in use, per book 
Canvas coverings, all sizes of books, per book .... .... 

All orders for blank books shall be delivered not later than 
ten days from date of receiving the order and copy lor the same. 



500 
1,000 

500 
1,000 

500 
1,000 



«0 90 
30 

1 20 
40 

1 00 
20 



500 


2 50 


1,000 


90 


500 


1 75 


1,000 


65 


5(10 


50 


1,000 


30 


500 


30 


1,000 


15 


500 


90 


1,000 


25 


bOO 


20O 


1,0110 


125 


5(H) 


90 


1,000 


25 


500 


90 


1,000 


40 


500 


1 50 


1,0U0 


60 


faOO 


1 20 


1,000 


50 


b(M) 


95 


1,000 


25 


ft(K) 


95 


1,000 


35 


500 


7 00 


1,000 


4 75 



50 


14 


50 


19 


50 


95 


50 


1 20 


10 


1 00 


6 


80 



50 


17 


50 


30 


50 


110 


50 


1 37 


50 


120 


50 


3 20 


10 


1 00 


10 


80 



410 






Bids for Second Class— Continued. 



Basis of 
Calcula- 
tion. 



99 
100 
101 
102 



103 
104 
105 
106 
107 
108 
109 
110 
111 
112 
113 
114 
115 



116 
117 
118 
119 
120 



Samples to Be Furniihed hy Bidder, Properlu Labeled as to Qtiallti/, 
Weight and JSame of Paper. 

Blotting paner, 120-lb., best quality, whole sheets, cut to order, 

per 100 whole sheets 

Carbon paper, best in use, per sheet . 

Cap engrossing paper, 18-lb.,best quality, one-half sheets, ruled 

to order, per ream (9aO), including blocking . . 
Demy engrossing paper. 28-lb., best quality, one-fourth sheets, 

ruled to order, per ream (960 , incluiiog blocking 
Double medium impression paper, whole sheets, best quality, cut 

to order, per ream . . 

Folio paper, 24-lb., best quality, whole sheets, cut to order, per 

ream ... 

Folio paper, bankers' linen, whole sheets, cut to order, per ream 
Fools' cap paper, 16-lb., best quality, per ream . . . . _ . 

Hardware wrapping paper, glazed, l50-lb.,size 30x40, best quality, 

per ream ... 

Hardware wrapping paper, glazed, 200-lb., siz > 40x48, best quality, 

per ream • . ■ • ... 

Legil cap paper, 18-lb., linen, best quality, ruled to order, with 

stop, per ream 

Legal cap paper, 18-Jb., best quality, ruled to order, per ream . . 
Legal cap paper, 16-lb., best quality, ruled to order, per ream . . 

Letter paper, 12 lb., best quality, per ream. ... 

Letter paper, linen, best quality, per ream 

Letter paper, best quality, in tabs, each 

Medium j)urnal paper, 40 lb., best quality, ruled to order, per r'm 
Medium ledger paper, 40-lb.. best quality, ruled to order, per r'm 
Manilla wrapping paper. 60-lb., best quality, size 24x36. per ream 
Manilla wrapping paper, 80-lb., best quality, size 24x36, per ream 

Note paper, commercial, 7-lb., best quality, per ream. 

Note paper, commercial, linen, best quality, per ream 

Note paper, best quality, in tabs, each 

Note paper, field, oest quality, per ream 

Stencil paper, best quality, per roll 

Toilet paper, tissue manilla, bpst quality, per roll 

Toilet paper, Hoyt's, best quality, per case 

Typewriter paper, best quality, per ream 



STATIONERY. 

SCRATCH BOOKS. 

Legal size, 83^2 '^I't. book paper, good quility, each 

Letter size, 8>%xll, book paper, good quality, each. ■ . 
Lettersize. 83^x11. linen paper, red ruled, good quality, each 
Note size, 6x9, book paper, good quality, each. 
Note size, 6x9, linen paper, red ruled, g jod quality, each 

PENS. 

Berryman steel pens, per gross . 

I'ewiit & Sinclair pens, per gross 

Eagle steel pens, per gros^ 

Esterbrook steel pens, per gross 

Gillott's steel pens, per gross. - ■ 

Glucinum pens, per gross 

Hoosier record pens, per gross 

Judges' quill pens, per dozen. 

Miller Bros, pens, per gross 

Ruling pens, with hinge, ivory handle, each. . . 

Spencerian pens, per gross 

Tadella pens, per gross 

Webster & Morton pens, per gross 

This includes all Nos. of steel pens of the brands mentioned 
above. 



PEN-HOLDERS. 

Cork-end pen-holders, best in use, per dozen 
Eagle crown, Nos. 1, 2 and 3, per dozen . . . 
Faber's 1876, givin? number, per dozen . . . 
Rubber pen-holdera, long or short, each . . . 
Rubber-covered tip pen-holders, per dozen . 



1,000 
50 

10 

5 

15 

5 
5 
5 



5 
10 

5 
10 

5 
50 

5 

5 
10 
10 
]0 

5 
50 

5 

5 
100 

1 
15 



100 

100 

100 
100 
100 



20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 
20 

3 
20 

6 
20 
20 
20 



10 
50 
50 
100 
10 



411 



Bids for Second Class— Continued. 



Bat is of 
Calcula- 
tion. 



Amount. 



LBAD PENCILS. 

Blue pencils, best, per dozen . . . . 

Cedar pencils, best, per dozen 

Dixon pencils, best, per dozen . . 

Eagle pencils, Nos. 1, 2. 3 and 4, best, per dozen 

Eagle pencils, Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4, rubber head, best, per dozen • . 

Eagle draughting pencils, soft, best, per dozen 

Eagle fine arts pencils, best, ppr dozen 

Faber pencils, Nos. 2 and 3, best, per dozen 

Faber pencils, Nos. 2 and 3, rubber head, best, per dozen 

Red pencils, best, per dozen 

Register, No. 2, best, per dozen 

INKS. 

Arnold's ink, best, quarts, per dozen 

Arnold's ink, best, pints, per dozen 

Carter's ink, best, quarts, per dozen 

Carter's ink, best, pints, per dozen . 

Combined copying and writing ink, best, quarts, per dozen . . . 

Crimt-on or red ink, best, pints, per bottle 

Crimson or red ink, best, eight ounces, per bottle 

Crimsonor red ink, best, two ounces, per bottle 

Haley's ink, best, quarts, per dozen 

Haley's ink, best, pints, per dozen 

Mimeograph or stencil ink, bes^t, per tube 

Purple ink, best, pints, per bottle 

Purple ink, best, two ounces, per bottle 

Stamping ink, best, per bottle 

Stafford's ink, best, quarts, per dozen 

Stafford's ink, best, pints, per dozen 

If any other sized bottle of the inks mentioned above is or- 
dered, the price shall be in the same proportion as that bid on in 
specifications. 

INKSTANDS. 

Bankers' inkstands. No. 1, glass, each 

Bankers' inkstands. No. 2, glass, each 

Bankers' inkstands. No. 3, glass, each 

Bankers' inkstands. No. 4, glass, each 

Fountain inkstands, Davis', best, each 

Fountain inkstands. Novelty, each 

Small inkstands, flat, glass, each 

ERASERS. 

Rubber erasers, Mammoth, each 

Rubber erasers, pencil and ink, each 

Rubber erasers, velvet, each 

Steel erasers, each 

Steel erasers, IXL, one-blade, closing, each 

Steel erasers, IXL, two-blade, closing, each 

FILES, FILE BOXES AND FILE BANDS. 

Letter files. Globe, each ■ . 

Pamphlet files. Globe, each 

Filing boxes for papers, each 

File bands. Crown, per box 

MUCILAGE AND MUCILAGE CUPS. 

Mucilage, best in use, quarts, each . • 

Mucilage, with cup and brush, best in use, per four-ounce bottle 
Mucilage, sponge-top, best in use, each .... ..... 

Mucilage cups, Morgan's, each 

PAPER FASTENERS AND PRESSES. 

Paper fasteners, Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 4 (giving size), per box 

Paper faiteners, wire staple, per box 

Paper fasteners. Challenge eyelets, per box 

Staple presses, McGill's single-stroke, each 



2 


$0 30 


2 


10 


10 


30 


50 


40 


20 


25 


fiO 


25 


10 


25 


00 


50 


20 


45 


2 


10 


2 


20 


10 


4 92 


10 


2 64 


5 


4 92 


5 


2 64 


3 


1 20 


« 


40 


6 


30 


6 


15 


1 


1 20 


1 


1 00 


4 


50 


t) 


40 


6 


10 


2 


05 


5 


4 92 


5 


2 64 



10 


90 


10 


40 


20 


30 


10 


20 


3 


1 25 


6 


70 


10 


05 


80 


15 


50 


05 


,00 


05 


30 


07 


30 


60 


50 


95 


20 


35 


20 


25 


20 


12 


3 


40 


20 


35 


10 


05 


10 


15 


10 


30 


10 


17 


10 


20 


10 


25 


10 


50 



412 






Bids for Second Class— Continued. 



Basis of 
Calcula- 
tion. 



173 
174 
175 
176 



177 
178 



179 
180 
181 
182 
183 
184 
185 



186 
187 



188 
189 



190 
191 



192 
193 
194 
195 
196 
197 
198 
199 
200 
201 
202 
203 
204 
205 
206 
207 
208 
209 
210 
211 



212 
213 



214 



PAPEK WEIGHTS. 



Bronze paper weights, each . . . . 

GHass paper weights, each _ _. 

Leather- covered paper weights, best, all sizes, each. 
Nickel paper weights, each 



Pyramid pins, per roll 
Pins, in bulk, per pound 



BTTBBER BANDS. 

Three-fourth inch rubber bands, per box 
One-half inch rubber bands, per box. . . 
One-fourth inch rubber bands, per box. . 
One-eiehth inch rubber bands, per box . 
Nos. 30 t) 50 rubber bands, per box. . . . 
Nos. 8 to 18 rubber bands, per box .... 
Assorted rubber bands, per box 



Boxwood rulers, best, all lengths, each. 
Rubber rulers, best, all lengtbs, each . 



Gold seals, 1,000 in box, per box . . 
Green or red seals, 1,000 in box, per box 



Cotton twine, all sizes, best quality, per ball 
H.emp twine, all sizes, best quality, per ball. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



Arm rests, best in use, each , 

Cards, 4-ply Bristol board, size 3x5 inches, ruled to order, per 1,000 

Dusting brushes, feather, 18-inch, each 

Document Manilla Wrappers, per 100 

File stamps, self-inking, each 

Letter copying books, best, all sizes, each 

Letter scales, 16 oz. to 6 lbs., best in use, each ... 

Mailing tubes, per 100. 

Packing boxes, each 

Receipts, bound, numbered and perforated, per 100 

Sponges, each 

Sponge cups, all sizes, each 

Shorthand books, all sizes, each 

Shears, bank, all lengths, best in use, each . . 

Tape, red, per spool 

Thumb taeks. per doz 

Typewriter ribbons, each 

Typewriter oil, per bottle 

Waste baskets, willow, 15x16 inches, each 

Webster's Unabridged International Dictionary, best quality and 
latest edition, each 



PRINTING ON POSTAL CARDS. 



Printing on postals, first 100 
Each additional 100 



STATE ELECTION BALLOTS. ■ 

Election ballots, two, three or more tickets on each ballot, to be 
printed on red tinted paper, basis of 50 lbs. to ream, size 25x38, 
to include blocking, 100 each, per 100 tickets • 



100 
100 



4 

1,000 

6 

100 

2 

5 

2 

200 

20 

100 

6 

6 

50 
10 
10 
6 
20 
6 
75 

3 



1,000 
1,000 



100,000 



413 



Bids koe Skcond Class— Continued. 



Basis of 
Calcula- 
tion. 



Amount. 



RUBBEB STAMPS AND INK PADS FOB ELECTIONS. 

Rubber stamps, for marking ballots, to be prepared by Election 

Commissioners, per 100 

Inked pads, in tin boxes, per 100 . . 

(All election supplies shall be prescribed and subject to ap- 
proval of the State Board of Election Commissioners ) 

ENVELOPES, PRINTED. 

Nos.6,634,6Kand 6%, XX, white envelopes, best quality, per 1,000 
Nos. 6, 6^, 6%, and 6?4, XX, manilla envelopes, best quality, per 

1,000 

No. 10, XX, white envelopes, best quality, per 1,000 

No. 10, XX, manilla envelopes, best quality, per 1,000 



ENVELOPES, EMBOSSED. 

Nos. 6, 6M, 6>^ and 6%, XX, white envelopes, best quality, first 

1.000 

Each additional 1,000 

No8. 6, 634, &% and 6%, XX, banker's linen, best quality, first 1,000 

Each additional 1,000 . ...... 

No. 10, XX, white envelopes, best quality, first 1,000 

Bach additional 1,000 



ENVELOPES, PLAIN. 

Nos. 6, 6M- 6% and 6%. XX, white envelopes, best quality, per 1,000 

No. 10, XX, white envelopes, best quality, per 1,000 

Nos. 9 and 10, Congress tie envelopes, best quality, per 100 ... . 

Pamphlet envelopes, per 1,000 

Pamphlet commercial envelopes, patent, best quality, per 1,000 . 
Samples of all envelopes to be furnished by bidder, properly 
labeled as to quality, size and name. 

LETTER AND NOTE HEADS, PRINTED. 

Letter heads. 12-lb. paper, best quality, one-half sheets, per 1,000, 
including blocking . . . 

Note heads, 8-lb. paper, best quality, one-half sheets, per 1,000, 
including blocking 



LETTER AND NOTE HEADS, EMBOSSED. 

Letter heads, 12 lb. paper, best quality, one-half sheets, first ream 

(480), including blocking 

Each additional ream (480) 

Letter heads, linen paper, best quality, one-half sheets, first ream 

(48(i), including blocking 

Each additional ream (480) 

Note heads, 8-lb. paper, best quality, one-half sheets, first ream 

(480). including blocking ... - 

Each additional ream (480) 

Note heads, linen paper, best quality, one-half sheets, first ream 

(480), including blocking 

Each additional ream (480) 

Samples of all letter and note paper to be furnished by bidders, 
properly labeled as to quality, size and name. 

LITHOGRAPHING. 

KNVELOPES. 

Nos. 6, 6H, 6%, 6%. XX, white envelopes, best quality, first 1,000 . 

Each additional 1.000 

Mos. 6, 6}4, 6>4, 6%, XX, bankers' linen envelopes, best quality, 

first l.UOO . . 

Each additional 1.000 

No. 10, XX. white envelopes, best quality, first 1,000 

Each additional 1,000 



LETTER HEADS. 

Letter heads, 12-lb.paper, best quality, one-half sheets, first 1,000, 
including blocking 

Each additional 1.000 ••■•»••, 

Letter heads, linen paper, best quality, one half sheets, first 1,000, 
including blocking 

Each additional 1,000 



1,000 
1,000 



5,0C0 



2,000 
5.000 
5,000 


90 
2 25 
1 30 


1,000 
l.COO 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 
1,000 


5 00 

4 50 
600 

5 50 

6 00 
5 50 


2.000 
2,000 
200 
1,000 
1,000 


1 05 

1 15 
50 

2 25 
9 00 



10 000 
20,000 

1,000 

1.000 

10,000 

20,000 



10,000 
10,000 

5,000 
5,000 



«2 50 
5 50 



1 50 



20,000 


2 10 


10,COO 


1 75 


5 
5 


3 75 
3 25 


5 
5 


3 75 
3 25 


2 
2 


3 50 
2 75 


2 
2 


3 75 
3 00 



4 00 

3 00 

5 00 

4 00 
4 75 
3 75 



4 50 
3 75 



4 50 
3 75 



414 



1° 



Bids for Second Class— Continued. 



Basis of 
Calcula- 
tion. 



252 



253 
254 



255 



256 
257 



258 
259 
260 
261 
262 
263 



264 
265 



266 



267 
268 



269 
270 



271 

272 



273 



274 
275 



276 



NOTB HEADS. 

Note heads, 8-lb. paper, best quality, one-half sheets, first 1,000, 
including blocking 

Each additional 1,000 

Note heads, linen paper, best quality, one-half sheets, first 1,000, 
including blocking 

Each additional 1,000 



For State loans, one denomination, one series 

For State loans, each additional denomination or series 

COMMISSIONS. 

Folio post or demy, whole sheets, first 100 copies . . . 

Each additional 100 copies _ . ■ . 

Folio post or demy, one-half sheets, first 100 copies . . 

Each additional 100 copies ... 

Royal, 28-lb, one-half sheets, first 100 copies 

Each additional 100 copies 



CERTIFICATES. 

Insurance agents' or teachers' certificates, best linen paper, one- 
half sheet demy or folio, first 1,000 copies 

Each additional 1,000 copies 



DIPLOMAS. 



Parchment paper, 12x16, or any other size, per 100. ... 

Samples of envelopes and all classes of paper bid on under 
the head of " Lithographing " must accompany bid, properly 
labeled as to size, quality and weight. 



For Geological Department, size 17x23, on the basis of five colors, 

first 1,000 copies, folding included 

Each additional 1,000 copes 



QUIETUS. 

Auditors' quietus, 24-lb. folio, first 1,000 copies 
Each additional 1,000 copies 



REQUISITIONS. 

Bond paper, whole sheets, first 100 copies 
Each additional 100 copies 



WARRANTS. 

Auditors' warrants, in books, 4 on page, numbered, on best bond 
paper, or Underwood's Chemical Safety Paper, two or more 
colors, first 1,000 

Each additional 1,000 

Requisition warrants, double demy, 56-lb., one-half sheets, first 
1,000 copies . . . . . 

Each additional 1,000 copies 



5,000 
5,000 



5,000 
5,000 



100 
100 



100 
100 
100 
100 
100 
100 



1,000 
1.000 



100 



1,000 
1,000 



1,000 
1,000 



100 
100 



1,000 
1,000 

1,000 
1,000 



All propositions for lithographing will include the cost of engraving. 

All articles furnished or work done, not enumerated in the above list, must be 
furnished at same rates as similar work in the bids specially mentioned. 

The paper to be used in the work for the first or second class must be of the 
BEST STOCK, samples of the kind and quality proposed to be used must be furnished 
with the bid, and no bid will be entertained without the samples mentioned, properly 
labeled as lo weight, quality, etc. All articles furnished undtr this contract must 
be of the mont improved material now in use in every respect. 



415 



THIRD CLASS. 



'J 




Basis of 




B""* 


Bids for Third Class. 


Calcula- 


Amount. 






tion. 






BIDDING. 






277 


Acts, bound in boards, per copy 


9.500 


80 05 


V,7» 




50 


30 
09 


279 


Agricultural Report, bound in elotii, per copy .... 


3,0(J0 


280 


Adjutant-Generil's Report, bound in cloth, per copy 


100 


08 


281 


Attorney-Heneral's Report, bound in cloth, per copy 


100 


10 


282 


Attorney-General's Report, bound in law sheep, per copy .... 


50 


22 


28a 


Auditor of State's Report, bound in cloth, per copy. 


500 


10 


284 


Auditor o'' State's Report, bound in law sheep, per copy 


100 


19 


28b 


B)ard of Health Report, bound in cloth, per copy 


3,000 


09 


286 


Bureau of Statistics Report, bound in cloth, per copy 


3,000 


11 


28/ 


Documentary Journals, b>und in boards, per copy 


800 


16 


288 


Documentary Journals, bound in law sheep, per copy 


200 


30 


289 


Eorolled Acts of the Legislature, extra full bound, per copy. . . 


5 


1 20 


290 


Enrolled Journals of the House and Senate, extra fall bound, 








per copy 


5 


1 20 


291 


Fish Commissioner's Report, bound in cloth, per copy 


500 


09 


v,m 




3,000 


11 


29} 


House Journals, b lund in board?, per copy 


1,400 


13 


294 


House Journals, bound in law sheep, per copy 


200 


22 


295 


Horticultural Society's Report, bound in cloth, per copy 


500 


09 


296 


Newspapers, per volume ... . 


10 


1 50 


297 


Secretary of State's report, bound in cloth, per copy 


500 


06 


298 


Secretary of State's Report, bound in Uw sheep, per copy .... 


100 


20 


299 




1,400 
200 


13 


300 


Senate Journals, bound in law sheep, per copy 


22 


301 


Superintendent of Public Instruction's Report, bound in cloth. 








per copy 


5,000 


11 


302 


Soldiers' and Sailors' Monum3iJit Commission Report, bound in 








cloth, per copy 


50 


22 


3(13 


Settlement Sheets for Auditors' ofiBce, per copy 


6 

100 


2 95 


304 


Treasurer of State's Report, bound in cloth, per copy ...... 


10 


30!) 


Written Records for Clerk of Supreme Court, full bound, per 








cjpy 


6 


4 70 




FOLDING A\D STITCHING. 




306 


For folding, stitching and covering, per 100 signatures of 16 pages. 


10,000 


13 




MISCELLANEOUS. 






307 


Blocking, per 100 sheets 


100 


05 


3(18 




500 


09 


309 


Numbering, per 100 numbers 


100 


06 


310 


Perforating, per 100 


100 


05 









Samples of binding will be furnished on application at the office of the Secre- 
tary of State. 

All work contracted on above specification^! to be delivered free of cost to the 
State. 

Any report usually bound in pamphlet form maybe ordered bound in cloth by 
the Board. 



416 



PRICE LIST AND SPECIFICATIONS. 



SUPKEME A.ND APPEI,LATE COURT REPORTS. 



a o 


Bids for the Supreme and Appellate Court Reports. 


Basis of 
Calcula- 
tion. 


Amount. 


1 


Book paper, strictly No. 1, white, size 25x38, sized and super- 
calendered, 50,55 and 60 lbs. to ream, samples furnished, per 


5,000 

5,000,000 

4,500 

2.000 

1,000 

300 

1,000 


SO 03 


2 




40 


3 
4 

5 


Press work, per 100 Impressions, 16 pages to form. . . . hundreds 

Binding, best law lamb, same as sample, per copy ... . copies 

Electrotype plates, per page, to remalo the property of the State, 

boxed and delivered to the Secretary of Stale without extra 

charge pages 


10 
40 

35 


6 

7 


Reprint, or subsequent editions from plates, per copy . . . copies 
Wrapping reports, manilla paper, same as sample, per 100 copies 


75 
1 00 



The estimate number of volumes of the Supreme Court Reports will be three 
annually, of 2,000 copies of each volume. 

Estimate number of volumes of the Appellate Court Reports will be three an- 
nually, of 2,000 copies of each volume. 

The work on the reports must be done strictly in accordance with the law, and 
must be in quality the same as sample seen at Secretary of State's office, of the 
previous reports. 

The paper U3ed in printing the reports shall be of a clear white, sized and 
super-calendered, No. 1 book paper, of the weight to the ream specified in the con- 
tract, and the contract shall be per pound for the amount used, no allowance being 
made for waste, handling, wetting, freight or otherwise. 

The press work to be bid for by the 100 impressions, 16 pages to form. 

The composition to be bid for by the 1,000 ems, one measure, net, actual 
measure in the book, in accordance with the sizes of type used, no blank pages or 
other unreal charge will be allowed. 

The contractor in accepting the work of printing the Supreme and Appellate 
Court reports will be required to give a bond in the sum of $10,000 with approved 
security, and such bond shall be filed with bid. 

He also agrees to deliver all books to the Secretary of State without extra 
charge. 

Charges for composition on any reprint or subsequent edition that may be re- 
quired will not be allowed, unless the same is incurred at the instance or order of 
the State. 

Each volume of the above reports will contain seven hundred pages, exclusive 
of index. 

No extra charge for alterations and corrections will be allowed unless such al- 
terations or corrections are made at the instance of the Supreme Court Reporter, 
and by him certified as proper charge to the Bureau of Printing, etc. 

All charges of time for changes from original copy, after type is set, shall be 
certified to as having been ordered by the Reporter, and must also be accompanied 
by an affidavit from the contractor, or his agent or agents, certifying that such 
charge is just and proper. 

Binding of Supreme and Appellate Court Reports to be the same in quality as 
previous reports, sample to be seen at Secretary of State's office. 



417 



SUPREME AND APPELLATE COURT REPORTS. 

Requirements of the printer and binder of the Reports of the Supreme and 
Appellate Courts of Indiana, as to the manner of furnishing proof of the opinions 
of the Judges, tbe syllabi, and the various corrections to be made therein, the 
printer and binder of the Supreme and Appellate Court Reports agrees and consents 
to the following regulations : 

1. Said printer and binder shall furnish galley proofs of the opinions of the 
Judges of said Courts, and such proofs shall be furnished in such quantities as the 
Reporter of the Supreme Court may direct and can dispose of. 

2. Said printer and binder shall furnish proof of all syllabi, in such manner 
as may be agreed upon between him and said Reporter. 

3. Said printer and binder shall make all corrections and alterations in said 
proof as indicated by the Reporter. 

4. Said printer and binder shall, after proof of any kind has been furnished 
and corrections and alterations therein noted and made, furnish to said Reporter 
proof of said corrections and alterations in page form. 

5. Said printer and binder shall make all corrections and alterations in said 
pages as may be indicated in said page proof by said Reporter. 

6. After said page proofs have been returned and the corrections and altera- 
tions made, as thereon indicated, said printer and binder shall furnish to said Re- 
porter proofs thereof in pages, six of a kind, to be made into bunches six of a kind 
to be submitted to the Judges for their inspection and correction. 

7. Said printer and binder shall make all corrections and alterations in said 
pages, as indicated by the Reporter and the Judge , and shall furnish to the Re- 
porter proof of all plate?, and shall make all corrections and alterations therein 
indicated by said Reporter, and shall furnish proof thereof. 

The contractor shall maintain an office in the city of Indianapolis for the 
transaction of all business under said contract, and all work under said contract 
shall be performed within the State of Indiana. Any bidder who shall be awarded 
the contract shall not assign or sub-let the same, or any portion thereof, to any 
other party, without the written consent of the Board of Public Printing of In- 
diana. All work executed must be done in accordance with the law authorizing 
the publication of the Supreme and Appellate Court Reports by the State of In- 
diana. 

In accepting the contract for the State printing, binding and stationery, the 
contractor is required to accept all the conditions set out above in reference to the 
printing of the Appellate and Supreme Court Reports and furnishing proof to the 
Reporter, as required therein. 

All of which is respectfully submitted. 

THOS. J. CARTER, 

Clerk of Board of Public Printing, 
Binding and Stationery, 



27— Seo. State. 



BI- 
ANNUAL REPORT 



AUDITOE OF STATE 



STATE OF INDIANA, 



SHOWING THR 



Receipts and Disbursements and Other Transactions of this 

Office for the Fiscal Year Ending October 31, 1896, 

Together with Reports op the Insurance, 

Building and Loan, Bank and 

Land Departments. 



APPENDIX : 

Proceedings State Board o± Tax Commissioners. 



TO THE GOVERNOR. 



INDIANAPOLIS: 

WM. B. BURFORD, CONTRACTOR FOR STATE PRINTING AND BINDING. 
1896. 



I 



STATE OF INDIANA, 

Executive Department 
Indianapolis, November 21, 1896 



.1 



i : Received by the Governor, examined and referred to the Auditor of State for 

? verification of the financial statement. 



Office of Auditor of State, "i 

Indianapolis, November 21, 1896. j 

The within report, so far as the same relates to moneys drawn from the State 
Treasury, has been examined and found correct. 

A. C. DAILY, 

Auditor of State. 



November 21, 1896. 

Eeturned by the Auditor of State, with above certificate, and transmitted to 
Secretary of State for Publication, upon the order of the Board of Commissioners 
of Public Printing and Binding. 

, MYRON D. KING, 

Private Secretary. 



Filed in the oflBce of the Secretary of State of the State of Indiana, November 
21, 1896. 

WM. D. OWEN, 

Secretary of State. 



Received the within report and delivered to the printer this 21st day of No- 
vember, 1896. 

THOS. J. CARTER, 

Clerk Printing Bureau. 



Office op Auditor of State, i 

Indianapolis, Jnd., Nov. 21, 1896.) 

To Claude Matthews, 

Governor of Indiana: 

In compliance with the law providing for the annual publication of the report 
of the Auditor of State, I have the honor to submit for your examination and for 
the consideration of the General AsBembly the following, showing the receipts and 
disbursements of the State Treasury from the 1st day of November, 1895, to the 
31st day of October, 1896, inclusive, and its condition at the expiration of the 
fiscal year, and including, also, such other matter as, by law, I am required to 
report to you. 

Eespectfully, 

A. C. DAILY, 

Auditor of Stale. 



OFFICE OF AUDITOR OF STATE. 



AMERICUS C. DAILY, 

Auditor of State. 

WILLIAM H. HART, 

Deputy Auditor of State. 

FRAI^K MARTIN, 

Settlement Clerk. 

CYRUS W. NEAL, 

Clerk Insurance Department. 

LEOPOLD G. ROTHSCHILD, 

Clerk Land and Bank Departments. 

THOMAS B. MILLIKAN, 

State Bank Examiner. 

JENNIE SCOTT, 

Stenographer. 



REVIEW AND RESUME. 



It is a matter of congratulation that notwithstanding the 
business depression, so universal over the Republic, the financial 
standing of Indiana should not only be in such excellent con- 
dition, but so auspicious in promise for continued betterment. 
Instead of creating new debts and increasing the burdens of 
taxation, the era of paying off the State's obligations is sub- 
stantially progressing. The optional clauses in the bonds be- 
ing now operative, surplus revenue accruing from the general 
fund, added to the specific sinking fund, practically enables 
every idle dollar to be applied in the curtailment of our inter- 
est-bearing obligations, so that the saving, while apparently 
slow, is in the aggregate of handsome proportions. The reports 
submitted by my predecessor two years ago showed a foreign 
indebtedness of 17,436,615.12, with an annual interest outlay of 
$233,525. Since that time there have been paid off by refund- 
ment $1,085,000 of three and one-half per cent, registered 
bonds. The temporary loan of 1885, due April 1, 1895, was 
refunded in twenty-year three and one-half per cents, by the 
Indiana Trust Company, of Indianapolis, and the $500,000 three 
and one-half per cent, registered State House bonds, 1885, pay- 
able May 1, 1895, were refunded in three and one-half per cent, 
twenty-year bonds, by Blake Brothers & Co., New York. 
There have been paid $700,000 of three and one-half per cent, 
bonds. On January 14, 1895, the issue of $400,000 three and 
one half registered bonds, temporary loan, 1885, was paid; on 
March 2, 1896, $300,000 three and one-half per cent, registered 
bonds were paid. There have been $300,000 three per cent., 
temporary loan bonds, issue of 1889, paid; $100,000 April 1, 
1896; $200,000 August 1, 1896, making a saving of $33,500 in 
annual interest. The amount of foreign bonded debt is $6,436- 
615.12, the annual interest of which is $200,005. The domes- 
tic debt is represented by $340,000 of Purdue University five 
per cent, bonds, and $143,000 of Indiana University five per 
cent, bonds, the interest of which is $24,200 annually. The 
condition of the general fund is such that on the 15th of De- 
cember, 1896, $200,000 additional will be paid on the three per 
cent, temporary-loan bonds. The State has had an unenviable 
experience with deficits, one not consistent with commendable 
pride or business solvency. Based upon present assessment 



and levies, prudence in appropriations by the Legislature for 
the necessities of the fetate government, and strict fidelity and 
economy in financial management, will only make a meagre 
surplus possible. The Finance Board has carefully watched 
the general fund of the Treasury, and, while making application 
of the specific sinking fund, has also drawn closely on the 
former revenue up to the line of most practical prudence, to the 
end that the State debt shall be touched by a reduction to the 
extent of every available dollar. This policy of debt and interest 
reduction should continue. A debt-paying record of $800,000 in 
1896, with its interest saving of $2,000 per month, commends 
itself without any words or argument, and is a practical applica- 
tion of business methods to the financial interests of the people. 

The present levies for State debt sinking fund, general and 
benevolent institution funds, should be maintained, as they 
make suflScient provision to cover all regular and specific pur- 
poses, and if a surplus accrues not necessary for contingencies, 
can and will be applied to gradually reduce the bonded obliga- 
tions, and at the same time in the aggregate will not prove 
oppressive taxation. 

I do not deem it advisable, therefore, to recommend any 
decrease in the several tax levies. The expenses of State 
government are now as closely traced on the lines of economy 
as they well can be. The same watchful care is exercised in 
the disbursements of appropriations as characterize detail and 
expenditures in private business, and while the criticism often 
finds expression in the allegations of superfluous " red tape," 
still the State never suffers when the spirit and letter of the 
appropriation act are rigorously followed. Indiana has the 
most economically conducted State government, in all depart- 
ments, of any commonwealth in the Union. 

There is a far less outlay to meet the demands of official 
business, and the State derives more revenue from insurance 
and other corporate sources, at a less expense, than characterizes 
the large majority of our sister States. The aggregate valua- 
tions of the State are $1,286,050,531, and hence, any decrease of 
levies will not be warranted. It is better business judgment, 
and on the level of more commendable and correct financiering 
to continue levies that will certainly provide for the necessities 
of the State, and if a surplus accrue, to apply it, whether much 
or little, to scaling the public debt. The present levies, and 



incidental revenues, as will be seen by reference to the state- 
ment of receipts and disbursements, will amply provide for 
the State government, with probably a very slight surplus, 
sufficient to lessen annually the burden of bonded obligations, 
and to this extent, the weight of principal and interest to the 
tax-payers. 

In the disbursements authorized by the appropriation bills, 
a practice had grown up of not isolating fiscal years, and hence 
if the appropriations of one year were not sufficient, the deficit 
was charged and paid from its successor. The result was that 
in several accounts the deficit by this shifting process had 
grown so that if much longer continued would have depleted 
the final fiscal year's appropriation to the point of serious em- 
barrassment, as the deficits were in the maintenance accounts 
of institutions of extended necessities. The business policy of 
the practice was fallacious, and if authorized by law, would 
render the division of appropriations into fiscal years by the 
Legislature, as the acme of foolishness. 

I addressed a letter to the Attorney- General on November 
4, 1895, asking for an opinion as to the legality of appropria- 
tions of one fiscal year being applied for payment of ex- 
penses incurred in another, and was advised by that officer 
that each fiscal year must stand alone ; that the appropriations 
for each year were inviolate. Hence, I have declined to antici- 
pate payments or pay vouchers from the appropriations of 
any fiscal year where the expenses were not incurred in that 
year. On this account there are deficits in the maintenance of 
the Northern Prison at Michigan City, and the Southern Prison 
at Jefi'ersonville, and also in the expenses for sheriffs' mileage in 
taking prisoners to the penitentiaries, and returning convicts 
t«j places of conviction for discharge on expiration of sentence. 
By adopting the principle authorized in the opinion of the 
Attorney-General the prisons entered upon the last fiscal year 
with an appropriation unimpaired, and were amply able to live 
within their incomes, the amount named by the Legislature. 

The appropriation fixed for sheritf's' mileage was $15,000. 
Had not the law been changed so as to include the mileage for 
returning prisoners for discharge this would have been more 
than ample. This item, however, had the effect to cause a de- 
ficit, which will have to be provided for by a deficiency appro- 
priation bill. If the present laws are unchanged the appro- 
priation for sheriffs' mileage should be increased to $20,000. 



This office should be provided with a fund to cover the ex- 
pense of a special examiner in the making of loans for the 
College and Permanent Endowment funds, and also in main- 
tenance of detail connected with delays in payments of inter- 
est, foreclosureb, etc. With haU a million dollars loaned over 
the State, quite a banking business within itself, from a 
fund that is certainly a sacred trust, the Auditor should be 
provided with authority to incur whatever legitimate expense 
is necessary to protect it should an exigency arise. Every pre- 
caution against excessive appraisements is taken, and the mor- 
ale of borrower is considered in connection with the value of 
security oflered, but in the vast number of loans there is 
from time to time a necessity for personal inspections and ex- 
aminations. Indiana with its matchless geographical location, 
its unequalled railway facilities, and its vast subterranean 
ocean of natural gas, is becoming an industrial world in itself, 
so rapidly are diversified manufacturing interests taking ad- 
vantage of these priceless inducements. A sterling public 
credit, with a financial policy that restricts expenditures within 
the bounds of necessity and income, ever whittling and under- 
mining our bonds and interest, is an added and appreciable 
invitation for capital to locate in our great and growing State. 



INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. 

The report of the Insurance Department of this office will 
show that there are now authorized to do business in the State, 
50 life, accident and surety companies, 108 fire and plate glass 
companies and 88 assessment life and accident companies, or- 
gauized under the laws ot other States or nations. During the 
year nearly ten thousand semi annual licenses have been issued 
to the agents of these companies. There are also operating in 
the State 40 assessment life and accident companies, incorpo- 
rated under the act of March 9, 1883; two mutual fire com- 
panies, incorporated under the act of June 17, 1852; one 
stock fire insurance company, incorporated under the act of 
March 14, 1895. 

These companies have paid into the State Treasury as taxes 
and fees $156,220.86. 

In addition to the above enumerated companies there are 
seven companies doing business under special charters granted 



by the Legislature prior to the adoption of the present consti- 
tution, and over which this office has no supervision. 

In the administration of the Department it has been my en- 
deavor to protect the people against impositions by unauthor- 
ized and irresponsible companies, and during the year fifteen 
such have been publicly blacklisted. Twenty companies have 
been refused admission to the State during the year. 

The insurance laws of the State are largely patchwork, being 
made up of amendments to old laws and supplemental laws, to 
meet special emergencies. This frequently makes them diffi- 
cult of interpretation and the authority of the Department un- 
certain. As questions have come before the Department for 
decision and action, the query has often arisen whether it 
would not be wise to authorize the appointment of a commis- 
sion to thoroughly revise and codify them. 



BANK DEPARTMENT. 

As will be seen elsewhere in this report, there are ninety- 
seven banks of discount and deposit, five savings banks, and 
four trust companies under the supervision of this department. 

The changes made in the State bank law at the last session 
have enabled the department to exercise more eflective super- 
vision. The fixed fee for examinations has proved more satis- 
factory to the banks than the old method. 



BUILDING ASSOCIATION DEPARTMENT. 

The General Assembly of 1895 authorized the appointment 
of a commission to revise the building association laws. This 
commission has made its report to the Governor, and with it 
submitted the draft of a law. That part of the proposed law 
relating to supervision is a virtual reenactment of the present 
law. There is no provision for compulsory examinations. It 
is a question whether there can be effectual supervision without 
at least annual examinations. 



10 

LAND DEPARTMENT. 

In this department are contained the records showing the 
disposition made by the United States of all the lands in In ■ 
diana. Many of these records are in deplorable condition. The 
value of preserving them is manifest. In 1889 an appropriation 
was made for the purpose of copying and indexing them, but 
the amount was insufficient to complete the work. 

Current work requires the constant service of the assistants 
allowed this office, and if these records are to be preserved, 
special provision must be made for doing the work. 

The State has claims amounting to about $10,000 pending 
against the United States for indemnity for swamp lands sold 
subsequent to the swamp land grant of 1850. These claims 
can not be prosecuted to a conclusion unless provision is made 
for collecting the evidence and presenting the same to the Gen- 
eral Land Office. 



ESTIMATE OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS 
FOR THE YEARS 1897, 1898, 1899. 

If the value of property for taxable purposes remains the 
same during the next three fiscal years as now, viz. : $1,286,- 
050,531, and the present tax levy of 9 cents on the $100 for 
General Fund of the State Treasury and 5 cents on the $100 
for the Benevolent Institution Fund is continued, and the re- 
ceipts from all other sources continue the same, the total 
amount of revenue collected for the support of the State gov- 
ernment and its benevolent institutions for each of the fiscal 
years 1897, 1898 and 1899 will be $2,276,091.51. 

Should the current expenses (including $105,000 for legisla- 
tive expenses in 1897 and 1899), which means the expenses 
actually necessary to pay the permanent officers, departments 
and institutions and interest on the public debt, it will require 
the sum of $1,939,515, leaving a balance of $329,226.51. 

For the year 1898 this balance will be increased $105,000, for 
there will be no session of the General Assembly in that year. 

The estimates do not take into consideration any extraor- 
dinary or statutory appropriations. They are also based on 
the taxable value of property remaining as now fixed. For 
several years there has been a depreciation in the value of per- 
sonal property returned for taxation, and if this should con- 
tinue, then the revenues will not be as great as above estimated. 



11 



ESTIMATED DISBURSEMENTS. 



Pursuant to the statute required by the Auditor of State to 
furnish the General Assembly estimates upon which to base the 
annual appropriation for the support of the State government, 
the following appropriations are recommended for the fiscal 
years 1898 and 1899. 



For Governor's salary 

Lieutenant-Governor's salary 

Governor's Private Secretary's salary.... 

Governor's Messenger's salary 

Governor's Executive Clerk's salary 

Governor's Military Contingent expense 

Governor's Civil Contingent expense.... 

Governor's office expense 

Governor's house rent 

Adj utant- General's salary 

Adjutant-General's Clerk's salary 

Quartermaster-General's salary 

Secretary of State's salary 

Secretary of State's Deputy's salary 

Secretary of State's clerk's salary 

Secretary of State's office expenses 

Secretary of State's messenger 

Clerk of Printing Bureau, salary 

Distribution of laws 

Distribution of Appellate Court Re- 
ports 

Auditor of State's salary 

Auditor of State's Deputj's salary 

Auditor of State's Settlement Clerk's 
salary 

Auditor of State's Land Clerk's salary.. 

Auditor of State's Insurance Clerk's 
salary 

Auditor of State's stenographer's sal- 
ary 

Auditor of State's office expenses 

Treasurer of State's salary 

Treasurer of State's Deputy's salary 

Treasurer of State's clerk's salary 

Treasurer of State's office expenses 

Attorney- General's salary 

Attorney-General's deputy's salary 



1898. 


1899. 


$5,000 


$5,000 


1,000 


1,000 


1,800 


1,800 


7^0 


720 


1,000 


1,000 


2,000 


2,000 


1,000 


1,000 


500 


500 


600 


600 


1,200 


1,200 


720 


720 


600 


600 


6,500 


6,500 


1,800 


1,800 


1,000 


1,000 


600 


600 


300 


300 


1,200 


1,200 


250 


250 


1,200 


1,200 


7,500 


7,500 


2,500 


2,500 


1,200 


1,200 


1,800 


1,800 


1,800 


1,800 


720 


720 


1,200 


1,200 


6,500 


6,500 


2,000 


2,000 


720 


720 


300 


300 


7,500 


7,500 


1,800 


1,800 



12 



ESTIMATED DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



Asssistant Deputy Attorney- General's 
salary 

Attorney-General's stenographer's sal- 
ary 

Attorney General's office expenses 

Superintendent Public Instruction, sal 
ary 

Deputy Superintendent Public Instruc 
tion, salary 

Clerk, Superintendent Public Instruc 
tion , salary ,. 

Stenographer, Superintendent Public 
Instruction 

Superintendent Public Instruction, trav- 
eling expenses 

Superintendent Public Instruction, of- 
fice expenses 

State Librarian 

First Assistant Librarian 

Second Assistant Librarian 

Office expenses State Librarian, and dis- 
tributing documents 

Books and binding 

State Librarian janitor's salary 

Reporter Supreme Court, salary 

Reporter Supreme Court, publishing 
Appeilateand Supreme Court reports.. 

Assistant Reporter Supreme Court, sal 
ary 

Office expenses Reporter Supreme Court 

State Geologist's salary 

State Geologist's Clerk's salary 

Department Geology expenses 

Bureau Statistics Chief's salary 

Bureau Statistics Chief's Deputy's sal- 
ary 

Clerk hire 

Salary and expenses of agents 

Office expenses 

Mine Inspector's salary 

Assistant Mine Inspector's salary 

Expenses Mine Inspector and Assistant 

Salary Supervisor Natural Gas 

Supervisor Natural Gas, expenses 

Soldiers' Home, Lafayette, maintenance 

Soldiers' Home, Lafayette, expenses 



1898. 

12,400 

750 
500 

2,500 

1,200 

900 

600 

600 

600 

1,500 

900 

900 

500 
1,000 

720 
4,000 

900 

1,500 
200 

2,500 
720 

3,800 

2,000 

1,200 
1,000 
3,000 
2,000 
1,200 
1,000 

500 
1,200 

600 

40,000 

1,000 



13 



ESTIMATED DISBURSEMENTS-Continued. 



Soldiers' Home, Lafayette, Command- 
ant's salary 

Soldiers' Home, Lafayette, Adjutant's 
salary 

Soldiers' Monument, Indianapolis, inci- 
dentals 

State Board of Health, Secretary's sal- 
ary 

Stenographer's salary 

Expenses State Board of Health 

State Capitol, salary Superintendent of 
Building 

Engineer's salary ,. 

Salary of assistants to Superintendent.. 

Salary of assistants to Engineer 

Heat 

Water 

Illumination 

Repairs 

Clerk Supreme and Appellate Court 
salary 

Chief Deputy Clerk Supreme Court 

Salary Assistant Deputy Clerk Supreme 
Court 

Salary Stenographer Clerk Supreme 
Court 

Salary Record Clerk Supreme Court 

Supreme Court Judges, salary 

Law Librarian's salary.... 

Sheriff Supreme Court salary 

Messenger Supreme Court salary 

Office expenses 

Purchase books Supreme Court Library 

State Horticultural Society 

Commissioner Fisheries salary 

Commissioner Fisheries expenses 

Appellate Court Judges 

Appellate Court Sheriff's salary 

Appellate Court office expenses 

Appellate Court Messenger's salary 

Purchase books Law Library 

Circuit Court Judges' salaries 

Prosecuting Attorneys' salaries 

Superior Court Judges' salaries... , 

Sheriffs' expenses in conveying prison- 
ers 



1898. 

$1,000 

800 

10,000 

1,200 

600 

2,200 

1,500 
1,500 
10,000 
4,500 
7,000 
2,000 
2,500 
3,000 

5,000 
1,500 

1,200 

600 

600 

22,500 

1,500 

200 

900 

2,000 

2,000 

1,000 

300 

500 

18,750 

100 

2,000 

720 

2,000 

140,000 

27,500 

17,500 

20,000 



1899. 

$1,000 

800 

10,000 

1,200 

600 

2,200 

1,500 
1,500 
10,000 
4,500 
7,000 
2,000 
2,500 
3,000 

5,000 
1,50(V 

1,200 

600 

600 

22,500 

1,500 

200 

900 

2,000 

2,000 

1,000 

300 

500 

18,750 

100 

2,000 

720 

2,000 

140,000 

27,500 

17,500 

20,000 



14 



ESTIMATED DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



State Board of Education 

Central Hospital Insane 

Central Hospital Insane, clothing 

Central Hospital Insane, repairs 

Northern Hospital Insane, maintenance 

Eastern Hospital Insane, maintenance.. 

Southern Hospital, maintenance 

Institution for Blind, maintenance 

Institution for Blind, repairs 

Institution for Deaf and Dumb, main- 
tenance 

Institution for Deaf and Dumb, repairs 

Industrial Department Deaf and Dumb 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home, 
maintenance 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home, 
repairs 

Soldiers' and Sailors' Orphans' Home, 
library 

School for Feeble Minded Youths, main- 
tenance 

School for F'eeble Minded Youths, offi- 
cers' salaries 

State Prison North, maintenance 

State Prison South, maintenance 

Reform School for Boys, maintenance... 

Reform School for Girls and Woman's 
Prison, maintenance 

Public printing and 8tati<»nery 

Interest on temporary loan and funding 
bonds 

Interest on Purdue University bonds ... 

Interest on Indiana University bonds, 
permanent endowment 

State Tax Commissioners' salaries and 
expenses 

State Board of Charities 

Live Stock Sanitary Commission 

State Agent's salary 

Indiana Militia 

State Agricultural Society 

Legislative expenses 

Total 



1898. 


1899. 


$2,000 


$2,000 


240,000 


240,000 


10,000 


10,000 


10,000 


10,000 


90,000 


90,000 


90,000 


90,000 


76,500 


76,500 


30,000 


30,000 


2,500 


2,500 


60,000 


60,000 


4,500 


4,500 


3,000 


3,000 


90,000 


90,000 


2,000 


2,000 


300 


300 



70,000 

3,300 

100,000 

85,000 

58,500 

40,500 
45,000 

188,125 
17,0U0 

7,200 

6,000 

6,000 

4,000 

500 

30,000 

10,000 



$1,846,515 



70,000 

3,300 

100,000 

86,000 

58,500 

40,500 
45,000 

176,125 
17,000 

7,200 

6,000 

6,000 

4,000 

500 

30,000 

10,000 

105,000 



[,939,515 



RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS. 



STATEMENT 



Showing Condensed Exhibit of the Balance in the State Treasury 
by Funds, November 1, 1895 ; also the Amounts Received and 
Disbursed from the Several Funds During the Fiscal Year 
Ending October 31, 1896. 



Amount of cash in the State 

Treasury November 1, 1895 .... 

General Fund 

State Debt Sinking Fund 

State Soldiers' and Sailors' Mon 

ument Fund 

School Revenue for Tuition Fund 
Permanent Endowment Fund, 

Indiana University 

Permanent Endowment Fund, 

Indiana University, interest.... 

College Fund, principal 

College Fund, interest 

Sale State lands 

Unclaimed estates 

Escheated estates 

Swamp Land Fund 

Sale University and College Fund 

lands 

State Sinking Fund.. 

Common School Fund 

Excess Bids Sinking Fund......... 

Surplus Revenue Fund 



Total. 



140,240 12 
231,192 67 

94,108 60 
34,774 60 

1,428 32 

5,738 62 

6,297 50 

2,797 29 

7,947 53 

25,703 98 

1,278 56 

13,482 90 

12 00 

467 78 

5,732 70 

2,023 25 

500 00 



$573,726 42 



$573,726 42 



16 



Receijits from All Sources During the Fiscal Year Ending October 

31, 1896. 



Oeneral Fund, net receipts........ 

Oeneral Fund, advanced by coun- 
ties 


$2,048,820 78 
634,736 99 






$2,683,557 77 
636,841 06 
379,629 07 

49 78 


Benevolent Institution Fund 

State Debt Sinking Fund 

State Soldiers' and Sailors' Mon- 
ument Fund 




School Revenue for Tuition Fund 

College Fund 

'College Fund interest 


2,380,007 64 
6,709 91 
7,803 17 
3,377 60 

89,028 39 


Unclaimed estates 


Permanent Endowment Fund, 
Indiana University 


Permanent Endowment Fund, 
Indiana University, interest 

Sale of State lands 

Sale University and College Fund 
lands 


19,744 27 
102 60 

454 00 


Sale of Permanent Endowment 
Educational Institution Fund 


1,077 90 
106,697 42 


Total 


$6,315,080 58 
573,726 42 


Add cash balance in Treasury 
November 1, 1895 




Total receipts for the year, 
including balance 


$6,888,807 00 





17 



Disbursements from aU Sources During the Fiscal Year Ending 

October SI, 1896. 



From General Fund 

Benevol'ntlustitut'n Fund. 

State Debt Sinking Fund- 
State Soldiers' and Sailors' 
Monument Fund 

School Revenue for Tuition 
Fund 

College Fund 

College Fund Interest 

Unclaimed Estates 

Permanent Endowment 
Fund, Ind. University.... 

Permanent Endowment 
Fund, Indiana Univer- 
sity, Interest 

Sale of State Lands 

Sale of University and 
College Fund Lands 

Sale of Permanent Endow- 
ment Fund Indiana Uni- 
versity Lands 

Educational Institution 
Fund 

Swamp Land Fund 

Total disbursements for 

all purposes 

Total receipts 

Total disbursements 

Balance in State Treasury.. 

The balance of cash in the State 
Treasury October 31, 1896, are 
balances of the following funds : 

General Fund 

State Debt Sinking Fund 

State Soldiers' and Sailors' Mon 

ument Fund 

School Revenue for Tuition Fund 
Permanent Endowment Fund, 

Indiana University 

2 — Atjb. Keport. 



^2,807,160 09 
292,109 78 
600,600 00 

26,000 00 

2,395,149 80 

12.234 41 
9,854 28 

652 05 

89.235 00 



24,577 28 
85 50 

58 20 



230 90 

105,197 42 

18 20 



56,888,807 00 
6,363,112 81 



$16,637 80 

10,221 74 

68,158 38 

19,632 94 

1,221 71 



),363,112 31 



525,694 69 



18 



DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



Permanent Endowment Fund, 
Indiana University, Interest... 

College Fund, Principal 

College Fund, Interest 

Sale State Lands 

Unclaimed Estates 

Escheated Estates 

Swamp Land Fund 

Sale University and College Fund 
Lands 

State Sinking Fund 

Common School Fund 

Excess Bids Sinking Fund 

Surplus Revenue Fund 

Benevolent Institution Fund 

Educational Institution Fund 

Sale Permanent Endowment 
Fund Indiana University Land 

Total 



1905 66 

773 00 

746 23 

8,014 63 

28,429 53 

1,278 56 

13,464 70 



407 

467 

5,732 

2,023 

500 

344,731 

1,500 



80 
78 
70 
25 
00 
28 
00 



847 00 



$525,694 69' 



STATEMENT 

Showing the Receipts and Disbursements of the State Treasury by 
Funds and Accounts for the Fiscal Year Ending October 31^ 1896. 

EECEIPTS. 



GENERAL FUND. 

From State Revenue, current 
taxes 

State Revenue, delinquent 
taxes 

Docket Fees, Circuit Court 

Auditor of State, insurance 
fees and taxes 

Secretary of State, incorpo- 
ration fees 

Clerk Supreme Court, fees 



[,265,665 54 

56,687 44 
9,331 47 

156,220 86 

30,137 40 
3,846 06 



19 



RECEIPTS— Continued. 



From Clerk Supreme Appellate 
Court, fees 

Central Hospital Insane, 
earnings 

Central Hospital Insane, 
receipts from counties... 

Northern Hospital Insane, 
earnings 

Northern Hospital Insane, 
receipts from counties... 

Eastern Hospital Insane, 
earnings .. 

Eastern Hospital Insane, 
receipts from counties... 

Southern Hospital Insane, 
earnings 

Southern Hospital Insane, 
receipts from counties... 

Deaf and Dumb Institute, 
earnings 

Deaf and Dumb Institute, 
receipts from counties... 

Deaf and Dumb Institute, 
industrial proceeds 

Institute for Blind, earnings 

Institute for Blind, receipts 
from counties 

Institute for Blind, indus- 
trial proceeds 

School for Feeble-Minded 
Youth, earnings 

School for Feeble Minded 
Youth, industrial pro- 
ceeds 

Reform School for Girls 
and Woman's Prison, 
earnings 

Reform School for Girls 
and Woman's Prison, re- 
ceipts from counties 

Reform School for Boys, 
earnings 

Reform School for Boys, 
receipts from counties... 

State Prison North, earn 
ings 



$1,820 05 


1,714 


51 


10,538 


60 


120 


05 


3,895 


89 


74 52 


1,955 


90 


28 


13 


3,419 


15 


80 


58 


1,942 


00 


1,121 

38 


83 
20 


90 


63 


1,089 


49 


7 


36 


575 


37 


1,251 


98 


14,971 


04 


177 


55 


31,730 


10 


77,838 


06 



20 



RECEIPTS— Continued. 



From State Prison South, earn- 
in o-g 


$48,771 

22,000 

4,186 

85 

30 

231 

292,109 

634,736 

31 
5 

2,000 

3,000 


18 

00 

00 
00 
55 
40 

78 

99 

89 
22 

00 

00 




'■'-'&° 

Purdue University, U. S. 
appropriation.. 




State Soldiers' Home, Gov- 
ernment aid 




Teachers' Certificates 

County tax transferred 

Miscellaneous receipts 

Transfer Benevolent Institu- 
tion Fund 




Advance payments bj 
counties 




Governor's Civil Contin 

gent Fund 

Sheriffs' mileage 




Indiana University appro 
priation returned 

Indiana State Normal ap 
propriation returned. ... 




Total receipts to the Gen- 
eral Fund 


$1,322,352 
292,109 


98 

78 


$2,683,557 7T 
634,736 99 


By deducting from the above 
sum the amount of advance 
payments made by counties for 
the temporary relief of the State 
Treasury 


Leaves net receipts to the 
General Fund 


$2,048,820 78 


SUMMARY. 

From Taxation, General Fund... 
Benevolent Institution 
Fund 




1,614,462 76 
9,331 47 


Judiciary, docket fees 

Collection of fees. Auditor 
of State 


$156,220 ^6 

30,137 40 

5,666 11 


Secretary of State 




Clerk Supreme Court 


192,024 37 



21 



RECEIPTS— Continued. 



From Benevolent Institutions, 

earnings 

Receipts from counties 

Industrial proceeds 

Reformatory Institutions, 

earnings 

Receipts from counties 

Penal institutions, earnings 

U. S. Government, Purdue 
University 

State Soldiers' Home, gov- 
ernment aid , 

Teachers' Certificates 

County Tax transferred ... 

Miscellaneous receipts 

Governor's Civil Contin- 
gent 

Sheriff's mileage 

Educational InstitutioDS, 
tax returned 

Total net receipts 

Add amounts of advance 
payments made by 
County Treasurers 

Total receipts to gen- 
eral fund 

SCHOOL REVENUE FOR TUITION FUND. 

From School tax, current 

School tax, delinquent 

School fund interest 

Unclaimed fees 

Unexpended balances re- 
turned 

School revenue apportion- 
ment 

Total receipts to fund... 



$2,063 35 
21,842 17 




2,786 69 


$26,692 21 




$1,429 53 
46,701 14 


48,130 67 
126,609 24 






22,000 00 




4,186 00 




85 00 




30 55 




231 40 




31 89 




5 22 




5,000 00 


$2,048,820 7a 




634,736 99 




$2,683,557 77 


$1,623,515 08 
76,733 90 

447,278 30 
2,051 96 




5,162 62 




225,265 78 






2,380,007 64 



22 



EECEIPTS— Continued. 



BENEVOLENT INSTITUTION FUND. 






From Current taxes 


$613,913 87 
22,927 19 




Delinquent taxes 




Total receipts to fund... 




$636,841 06 


STATE DEBT SINKING FUND. 






From Current taxes 


$367,243 57 
12,385 50 




Delinquent taxes 




Total receipts to fund... 




379,629 07 


STATE soldiers' AND SAILORS* MON- 






UMENT FUND. 






From delinquent taxes 


$49 78 




Total receipts to fund ... 




49 78 


COLLEGE FUND. 






From payment of loans 


$6,709 91 








Total receipts to fund ... 




6,709 91 


college fund interest. 






From collection of interest..... 


$7,803 17 








Total receipts to fund ... 




7,803 17 


PERMANENT ENDOWMENT FUND, INDI- 






ANA UNIVERSITY. 






From Current taxes 

Delinquent taxes 

Payment of loans 


$61,844 32 

2,261 57 

24,922 50 




Total receipts to fund ... 




89,028 39 



23 



EECEIPTS— Continued. 



PERMANENT ENDOWMENT FUND, INDI- 






ANA UNIVERSITY, INTEREST. 






From collection of interest 


$19,744 27 




Total receipts to fund ... 




$19,744 27 


SALE OF STATE LANDS. 






From sales, principal and interest 


$102 60 




Total receipts to fund ... 




102 60 


SALE UNIVERSITY AND COLLEGE 






FUND LANDS. 






Frona interest collected 


$454 00 








Total receipts to fund ... 




454 00 


UNCLAIMED ESTATES. 






From collections 


$3,377 60 








Total receipts to fund ... 




3,377 60 


SALE PERMANENT ENDOWMENT FUND 






INDIANA UNIVERSITY LANDS. 






From sales, principal and interest 


$1,077 90 




Total receipts to fund ... 




1,077 90 


EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION FUND. 






From current taxes 


$106,697 42 








Total receipts to fund ... 




106,697 42 



24 



DISBURSEMENTS. 



GENEHAL FUND. 

For Governor's salary 

Governor's private secreta- 
ry's salary 

Governor's clerk's salary 

Governor's messenger's sal- 
ary 

Governor's office expenses... 

Governor's house rent 

Governor's civil contingent 
expense 

Lieutenant Governor's salary 

Adjutant-General's salary.... 

Adjutant - General's clerk's 
salary 

Quartermaster-General's sal- 
ary 

Secretary of State's salary... 

Secretary of State's deputy's 
salary 

Secretary of State's clerk's 
salary 

Secretary of State's messen- 
ger's salary 

Secretary of State's office ex- 
penses 

Secretary of State, distribu- 
tion of documents 

Secretary of State, distribu- 
tion of court reports 

Clerk Printing Bureau, sal- 
ary 

Auditor of State's salary 

Auditor of State's deputy.... 

Auditor of State's settlement 
clerk 

Auditor of State's insurance 
clerk 

Auditor of State's stenogra- 
pher 

Auditor of State's Land 
clerk 

Auditor of State's office ex- 
penses 



),000 00 



1,800 
1,000 


00 
00 


720 
499 
550 


00 
87 
00 


565 
1,000 


20 
00 


1,200 
720 


00 

00 


600 
5,750 


00 
00 


1,725 


00 


982 


46 


300 


00 


600 


00 


250 


00 


1,200 
6,625 
2,524 


00 
00 
97 


950 


00 


1,650 


00 


710 


00 


1,650 


00 


1,000 


00 



25 



DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



For Treasurer of State's salary... 

Treasurer of State's deputy'^ 
salary 

Treasurer of State's clerk.... 

Treasurer of State's office ex 
penses 

Attorney General's salary.... 

Attorney-General's deputy... 

Attorney-General's stenog- 
rapher 

Attorney-General's office ex- 
penses 

Attorney- General'slawbooks 

Attorney-General's traveling 
deputy's salary 

Attorney General's traveling 
deputy's expenses 

Superintendent Public In- 
struction, salary 

Superintendent Public In- 
struction, deputy 

Superintendent Public In 
struction, clerk 

Superintendent Public In- 
struction, stenographer 

Superintendent Public In- 
struction, trav. expenses... 

Superintendent Public In 
struction, office expenses.. 

Board School Book Commis 
sioners 

State Board Education 

State Librarian's salary 

State Librarian's assistants' 
salaries 

State Library, books and 
binding 

State Library, new shelving 

State Library, office expenses 
and distribution of docu- 
nients 

State Library, janitor's salary 

State Mine Inspector's salary 

State Mine Inspector's ex 
penses 



5,625 


00 


1,875 
660 


00 
00 


300 
6,250 
1,725 


00 
00 
00 


737 


50 


499 
102 


80 
40 


1,800 


00 


578 


55 


2,500 


00 


1,100 


00 


825 


00 


550 


00 


600 


00 


600 


00 


1,049 
1,999 
1,500 


75 

98 

00 


1,800 


00 


999 
4,000 


22 
00 


372 

720 
1,200 

505 


67 
Ou 
00 

25 



26 



DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



For State Mine Inspector's assist- 
ant's salary 

Commissioner of Fisheries, 
salary 

Commissioner of Fisheries, 
expenses 

Board State Charities 

Board of Health, expense ... 

Board of Health, Secretary's 
salary 

Board of Health, Stenog- 
rapher' salary 

Department ot Geology and 
Natural Resources 

State Geologist's salary 

State Geologist's clerk's sal- 
ary 

Superintendent Katural Gas, 
salary , 

Superintendent Natural Gas, 
expense 

Bureau of Statistics, salary 
of chief. 

Bureau of Statistics, salary 
of deputy chief 

Bureau of Statistics, salary 
of clerk 

Bureau of Statistics, office 
expenses 

Bureau of Statistics, expense 
of agents 

State Board of Agriculture.. 

State Horticultural Society .. 

State Live Stock Sanitary 
Commission 

State Agent's salary 

State Tax Commissioners' 
salaries 

State Tax Commissioners' 
expenses 

State Board of Tax Com- 
missioners, expenses 

Custodian State Building, 
salary 

Custodian State Building, 
assistants 



999 


99 


300 


00 


500 
6,000 
2,200 


00 
00 
00 


1,100 


00 


550 


00 


3,799 69 
2,374 96 


660 


00 


1,200 


00 


600 


00 


1,833 


33 


1,100 


00 


916 


66 


1,850 


00 


2,560 

10,000 

1,000 


00 
00 
00 


3,986 
1,000 


05 
00 


4,000 


00 


2,000 


00 


4,381 


40 


1,500 


00 


10,000 


00 



27 



DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



For Custodian State Building, 
repairs 

Water, State buiidiug 

Illuminating State building.. 

Engineer State building, sal- 
ary 

Engineer State building, as- 
sistants 

Engineer State building, re- 
pairs 

Heating State building 

Indiana Militia 

Indiana Legion 

Supreme Court Judges' sal- 
aries 

Supreme Court Librarian's 
salary 

Supreme Court Sheriff's sal- 
ary 

Supreme Court, distribution 
of reports 

Supreme Court Messenger's 
salary 

Supreme Court, office ex- 
penses 

Supreme Court Library 

Clerk Supreme Court, salary 

Clerk Supreme Court Chiet 
Deputy's salary 

Clerk Supreme Court Assist- 
ant Deputy's salary 

Clerk SupremeCourt Stenog 
rapher's salary 

Clerk Supreme Court Record 
Clerk's salary 

Reporter Supreme Court sal 
ary 

Reporter Supreme Court As 
sistant's salary 

Reporter Supreme Court of- 
fice expenses 

Publishing Supreme Court 
Reports 

Appellate Court Judges' sal- 
ries 



$3,000 
1,933 
2,500 


00 
51 
00 


1,500 


00 


4,480 


00 


1,990 

6,967 

44,213 


96 
00 
55 


22,291 


25 


1,500 


00 


225 


00 


800 


00 


900 


00 


2,000 
2,000 


00 
00 


4,500 


00 


1,500 


00 


1,125 


00 


600 


00 


600 


00 


4,000 


00 


1,500 


00 


200 


00 


900 


00 


18,639 


40 



28 



DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



For Appellate Court Sheriff's sal- 
ary 

Appellate Court Messenger's 
salary 

Appellate Court office ex- 
penses 

Superior Court Judges' sal- 
aries 

Circuit Court Judges' sal- 
aries 

Prosecuting Attorneys' sal- 
aries 

Sheriff's mileage 

Central Hospital Insane, 
maintenance 

Central Hospital Insane, 
clothing 

Central Hospital Insane, re- 
pairs 

Central Hospital Insane, 
laundry 

Central Hospital Insane, 
painting 

Central Hospital Insane, 
plumbing 

Northern Hospital Insane, 
maintenance 

Northern Hospital Insane, 
annexes to terminal build- 
ings 

Eastern Hospital Insane, 
maintenance 

Eastern Hospital Insane, as- 
sembly and dining hall 

Southern Hospital Insane, 
maintenance 

Southern Hospital Insane, 
construction of new build- 
ings 

Institute for Deaf and Dumb, 
maintenance 

Institute for Deaf and Dumb, 
repairs 

Institute for Deaf and Dumb, 
industries 



$112 50 


720 


00 


2,004 


84 


22,500 


00 


140,152 


75 


28,148 


29 


14,955 


03 


240,000 


00 


10,000 


00 


10,000 


00 



8,000 


00 


5,000 


00 


5,000 


00 


90,000 


00 


10,000 


00 


89,996 


22 


24,994 


57 


76,500 


00 


15,000 


00 


55,119 


04 


4,499 


89 


2,999 


46 



29 



DISBURSEMENTS— Continued. 



For Institute for Blind, mainte- 
nance 

Institute for Blind, repairs... 

Institute for Blind, library... 

Institute for Blind, work 
shops 

SchoolFeeble Minded Youth, 
main teuan ce 

SchoolFeeble-Minded Youth, 
salaries .. 

SchoolFeeble- Minded